Today, we finish off the series by talking about collecting student work via Dropbox and how to make it very easy. In addition, I’ll give you links to tons of Google Sites resources so you can investigate more of what is possible on Google Sites.
Collecting Student Work the Easy Way!
Once you have signed up for DropBox, you may want to take a look at one of my more popular posts: “The Complete Dropbox for Educators” at some point. But for now, we’ll take a look at another post “Use DROPitTOme as a Drop.io Replacement” This post shows you how you can set up your Dropbox account in conjunction with DROPitTOme to collect student work easily.
Once you have that done, it is a simple matter to add a place on your Google Site to make it even easier! Watch now:
You’re now able to collect student work easily and have access to it everywhere!
Finally, as you get better and better at administering your new classroom site, you may want to learn even more. We have managed to create a great site without a steep learning curve. But as lifelong learners, you’re yearning for more! Here it is:
I hope you’ve enjoyed this series on Building a Collaborative Website with Google Sites. The link to the site I used for this tutorial is here. If you’re interested, the entire playlist of videos shown in this series is embedded below:
In case you missed the previous posts in this series: