How Google Docs can foster faculty collaboration

06/7/2011 | Edutopia.org

Technology-integration specialist Andrew Marcinek in this blog post suggests educators use Google Docs to enhance traditional faculty meetings, which do not often promote interaction or collaboration. Through the use of a specific agenda or an open-ended format, the Google Doc can allow participants to interact, work together and take away useful information in a way that can be easily accessed and allow ideas to evolve over time, Marcinek suggests.

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