Google Apps

In addition to its ubiquitous email service, Gmail, Google offers a free suite of productivity tools that are easily shared. This suite, called Google Drive, includes collaboratively editable documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and drawings. Georgetown now supports Google Drive; go to “Drive” after logging in to Georgetown Apps. Also included is a form tool that allows you easily to create questions sets; the results of participants’ answers to these questions are automatically tracked on a spreadsheet that the question set’s creator can view at any time.

You can also create collaborative documents in Google Docs, allowing students to write or collaborate asynchronously on a project or assignments, as well as leave comments for each other. You can also comment on the document and track changes, seeing who made changes when. For more information, please visit the Georgetown Google Apps page.

For more information, please contact CNDLS.

CNDLS Office Hours

CNDLS provides virtual office hours for support with teaching practices and tools from 9 am – 5 pm Monday to Thursday, and 9am – 2pm on Fridays. 

At other times, please email cndls@georgetown.edu, and a member of our team will get back to you during business hours. For information on office hours offered by CETS, UIS, and other partners, please click here.

Tip of the Week

As you get accustomed to the upgraded campus classrooms, we’ve put together some tips for using those upgraded classrooms, and CETS has created a cheatsheet for recording using Zoom directly from Canvas.

TLISI 2021

Registration is now open for Georgetown’s annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute, hosted by CNDLS.