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Google Keep

by Google Tips

Posted on October 26, 2016

Here we are at the end of the school year and I just discovered Google Keep. I use the “Notes” app on my phone all the time. I use it for all the things I never seem to remember but always need. I use it for grocery lists. I use it for some security things that I probably shouldn’t, but I really need to remember these things. 

Then, today I discover Google Keep. It is like “Notes” but a bit more resilent, colorful, and collaborative. There is a Google Keep app that I just put on my phone. You can add a Chrome extension to it so that it works when you are off line. I think I’m going to switch.

If you are at all interested in using Google Keep, here are some links I found that suggest ways to use it in the classroom:

What is Google Keep and Why Use it in Your Classroom (Ask a Tech Teacher)

7 Features of Google Keep for You To Teach With (Teacher Tech)

Google Keep: For Educators and Students (Inside the Classroom, Outside the Box)

Infographic: 15 Ways for Students to Use Google Keep (Shake Up Learning)

Well, that’s it then. My last Google Tip of the year. If I don’t talk to you again this year, have a great summer!