The Case Western Reserve University community has free access to a suite of Google Apps. With more than 40 applications from mobile to media, geo to social, Google Apps for Education is a lot more than email, calendaring and docs. But many people may not be fully aware of the full range of options available to them and how to access and use them most effectively.
At the next UCITE session, Tina Oestreich and Brian Yuhnke from Information Technology Services will discuss how the Google Apps for Education suite can enable active exploration, promote collaborative learning, field-based research, visualization, problem-solving, critical thinking and lifelong learning. To get the most out of the session, participants are encouraged to bring their own mobile device with Internet access or a laptop to take part in a collaborative exploration using a selection of these apps.
Join the discussion on Feb. 2 from noon to 1 p.m. in the Herrick Room on the ground floor of the Allen Memorial Medical Building.