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LibraryLady
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Paperless Research
Jennifer Carey details how teachers can best use Google Drive with students writing research reports. If you're sharing this with teachers during professional development, be sure to point out how Google is continually updating. I'd highlight the Google Add-ons, which allow students to build their works cited page within their Google Document, and the research tool, which can assist them with finding web resources. Being able to view student revisions, or to check when or how often a student worked on a project can be helpful tools for teachers. (As a procrastinator, I would have been in big trouble if this tool was available when I was in college!)
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This is a great resource to point out, thank you! I've used Google Drive to help a few students who have sought out extra help and feedback, but I'm considering focusing a project on drive in a way that students can learn how it can help them be even more successful.