Free tutorial on Google Docs

Atomic Learning is giving a free tutorial on Google Docs. I LOVE Google Docs but also have a growing affinity for Zoho Writer. For collaborating real time, however, Google Docs is still the best (I've tested it extensively with my students.)

Pass this along to your teachers!

tag: , , , , , ,

Tips for minimizing teacher stress

  • Discover 10 stress-busting secrets for healthy teachers. What simple routines will help you handle the stress?
  • Simple advice for coping with stress at work.
  • Learn tips to help you deal with difficult colleagues and students (even those who "hate" you -- yes it is possible!)
I hate spam. Unsubscribe any time. Powered by ConvertKit

I love students! Best teacher blog winner * Mom * Speaker * author * HOST 10-Minute Teacher Show * @Mashable Top Teacher on Twitter * top #edtech Twitterer

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

3 thoughts on “Free tutorial on Google Docs

  1. And there’s Adobe’s Buzzword (, a Flash-based online word processor. It has a very slick interface, although the response is a little slower than Google Docs or Zoho Writer.

    They’re calling it a “preview” edition but it’s free and rumor is that they will later add a spreadsheet and presentation maker.

    Isn’t it nice that we have all this competition in online office tools. Unlike the off-line versions. 🙂

  2. Great resource. Do you have a tutorial of some kind of getting around the whole username/password thing for students while using it within the classroom?

Comments are closed.