The official source for information about Google’s education-related efforts. This website isn’t focused as much on the technical aspects of GAFE but rather on how GAFE is being utilized as a powerful force in education. As of writing the website has blog posts covering the Google Science Fair, a report on teachers using Google Expeditions, e-books inspiring writing and faster quiz feedback with Google Forms. This is the website where I find a lot of inspiration for using GAFE in my teaching
I love Google Classroom and it just keeps getting better! With “Classroom” I have the ability to see who has or hasn't submitted their work, provide real-time feedback, post class announcements, embed videos and more. Google adds new features to Classroom on a frequent basis but there is no need to worry . . . Google’s Classroom support page includes a month-by-month listing of each new feature with links to more information on how to effectively use these features.
Google is constantly releasing improvements to its suite of GAFE Apps. As the Google Apps for Education Administrator at my school I rely on the “What’s New” site to keep abreast with the constant evolution of Google Apps. Here you’ll find a calendar of events that details update releases and when they will become available. I find this site essential for planning and staying knowledgeable. Check back often!
Get the latest detailed news about Google Apps from their “Apps Update” blog. Check back here regularly to see what's new, or subscribe to receive updates by email or RSS feed. The blog-styled website includes detailed information on Google Apps Updates, Google for Work, Google Chrome, Apps Developer, Gmail News, Drive News and Docs News.
The “Google Apps for Education” Community on Google+ currently has over 238,000 members that enthusiastically post and share information on everything GAFE related. This vibrant community is essential to anyone using GAFE as you’ll find resources, support, training, tips & tricks and more. The best part of this community for me is that I’m always finding new ways to bring GAFE to my teaching practice.