We did not have a chance to meet with all of the teams this week, but we still wanted to send out a tech tip for everyone. Today we are going through how to share in Google Docs and some of the benefits to using this part of Docs. When you share Docs within your teams or departments, you have an easy way to collaborate. Google Docs gives you the ability to keep up with the updated drafts of handouts and materials without having to revert to the classic file names of "FinalFINALACUTALFINAL1AFORREALFINAL.docx" :)
Matt and I would STRONGLY encourage you to begin using Google Docs to create and modify your handouts, projects, and team materials. You will not run out of storage space using Google Drive and you will be able to access these items from anyplace that has internet access (meaning you don't have to have one specific machine or device with you at all times).
Here is a video detailing how to share within Google Docs and the different levels of access.
Also, here is a helpful website that covers some of the basics of Google Docs. Also, for those of you who are used to using Microsoft Word, there is a helpful PDF/handout within this website that showcases the differences and similarities between these two platforms.
As always, please let Matt or myself know if we can help you with this transition.