We wanted to follow up our post about Google Documents and Google Drive from last week with a new tip we came across that we wanted to share! Another way to put Google Apps to use in the classroom, only this time with the drawings feature of Google Drive!
You may not know exactly what we’re talking about here—within Google Drive, users can create documents, spreadsheets, etc. One of the items they can create is a drawing. Time to get creative! There are so many ways drawings can be used within Google Drive. For starters, users are able to collaborate on the drawing, just like they are documents. So, a number of people can add to a drawing with labels, photos, their own drawings, and more!
The sharing features of Google Drive apply to all document types including the drawings, making this a great basis for projects, study guide/labeling work, and more!