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Google Docs by Mind Map: Google Docs

1. Teaching

1.1. Group planning for projects or lab report documentation become simple and transparent. Each member can contribute their information and the teacher can view the revision history anytime.

1.2. collaborative brainstorming - every idea is included. Collaborate online in real time and chat with other collaborators

1.3. work on a document on Google docs and access it from school and home

1.4. work on a document on Google docs and access it from school and home

1.5. If all students have access to the same document, you could use it for class announcements or assignments. This is much easier than making and maintaining a class webpage.Or place the announcement doc in a class shared folder.

1.6. Collaborative note taking

1.7. Translate a document to a different language.

1.8. Upload a document to the Template Gallery and have students grab a copy of the document for their own files

2. Learning

2.1. Online collaboration

2.1.1. Share and access docs

2.1.1.1. within your school

2.1.1.2. outside of school

2.1.1.3. docs with a group

2.1.2. Share collections with individual or group

2.1.3. Advanced sharing permissions

2.1.4. Email docs as an attachment

2.1.5. Publish docs to the web

2.1.6. Embed Docs into a blog or site

2.1.7. Print options

2.2. Manage documents with multiple editors

2.2.1. Basic formatting

2.2.2. Advanced formatting

2.2.3. Create and share templates

2.2.4. • Improve the writing process with Docs

2.2.5. Create an archive with Docs

2.2.6. Run a paperless classroom with Docs

2.3. Presentations in the classroom

2.3.1. Create and format presentations

2.3.2. Edit and format slides

2.3.3. Share and publish a presentation

2.3.4. Prepare and deliver a presentation

2.3.5. Streamline back-to-back presentations

2.3.6. Design presentation templates for class