Several members of the staff are planning to participate in a Webinar on Google Applications on January 21 at 11 a.m. in Kade 10.  All are invited!


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  1. Lisa Leopold on January 21, 2009 9:38 am

    Does anyone know if this is about using Google applications for teaching and/or for other administrative work? (Just wondering if it is useful for faculty too). Thank you.
    – Lisa Leopold

  2. John Grunder on January 26, 2009 4:47 pm

    Google Apps for Education can certainly be useful both faculty and students, desiring to take advantage of a readily available Web 2.0 environment, which is accessible from both on and off campus.

    Though Google Apps is not yet a true replacement for our other learning management system Moodle, it does provide an alternative “space” to share mail, calendars and documents in a group setting. Many faculty and students already use some or all of the Google applications found under Google Apps for Education though they are not branded as MIIS accounts and they are likely using their own private Google account for this.

    The best way to determine if Google Apps for Education can be useful to you and your students is to request a few accounts, and then try some document sharing experiments.

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