My knowledge of Google Docs has been more limited than it should be, and I’ve been getting up to speed.

I thought readers might find the resources I’ve been using helpful, too (let me know if you have suggestions of links to add to this list):

Docs & Drive Level 1: The Basics is from Google.

Kaizena lets you provide audio feedback to students on their work. You can use it with Google Drive, though it also appears that you can use it outside of Google Docs (let me know if I’m wrong on that).

4 Ways to Upload to Google Drive is from Jake Miller.

TEACHERS: HOW TO USE GOOGLE DRIVE is from The Tech Edvocate.

Three Options for Adding Voice Comments in Google Docs is from Richard Byrne.

Google Docs To Get Turbo-Charged Grammar Checker

A Short Guide to Getting Started With Google Drive is from Richard Byrne.

Google rolls out ‘.new’ links for instantly creating new Docs, Slides, Sheets and Forms is from TechCrunch.

How to Insert Equations and Special Characters Into Google Documents is from Richard Byrne.

How to Become a Google Drive Power User is a great infographic I learned about via CristinaSkyBox.

An Easy Way to Download Google Drive Files in One Folder is also from Richard Byrne.

How to Edit Images in Google Docs and Slides is from Shake Up Learning.

5 Google Drive Tips for New Users is another great post from Richard Byrne.

Moving Files From One Google Drive to Another is from Richard Byrne.

How to Embed Google Docs Into Your Blog Posts is from Richard Byrne.


Here are two useful posts from Richard Byrne:

Sharing Videos Through Google Drive

Add Video Comments to Google Documents

How to Use Google Drive to Share Videos is from Richard Byrne.

14 incredibly useful things you didn’t know Google Drive could do is from Fast Company.

Copy a Folder in Google Drive is from Alice Keeler.

How to Convert a PDF Into a Google Document is from Richard Byrne.


Getting Started With Google Drive and Google Docs – Everything You Need to Know is from Richard Byrne.

10 Steps to Using Google Docs is from Alice Keeler.

Changing Schools After This Year? Use Google Takeout Before You Go is from Richard Byrne.

If you want to copy your school Google Drive to your own personal one, you can use Google Take-out, but you can also use Cloud HQ and Beyond Classroom Walls appears to do the same for your Google Classrooms.

Google Drive Bingo: Explore 25 Google Drive Tips is from TechNotes.

How to Use Google Takeout is from Richard Byrne.