The Teaching and Learning with Google project is focused on promoting active learning to better engage students. The project description is to teach instructors how to integrate Google Workspace for Education solutions into their Canvas courses to reinforce active learning, work on collaborative research projects, and organize symposiums and campus-wide events.

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​​​​​​​Non-Credit Courses, Communities, and Collaborative Spaces Using Google Classroom (Instructors)

When an academic component or department needs the features available in Canvas for non-credit courses, educational activities, or other communities the use of Google Classroom is recommended.

Hyperlink or Embed Files from My Drive into Canvas (Instructors)

This article describes the individual use cases the instructor will need to be able to successfully complete to create a content library using Google Workspace and hyperlink or embed files from your My Drive into Canvas.

Multiple-Course Surveys and Quizzes Using Forms (Instructors)

Use Google Forms to generate a survey or take a quiz. There are times when the results of a survey or quiz need to be collected across multiple Canvas courses or multiple sections of a course.

Student ePortfolios Using Google Sites

An academic ePortfolio is a digital collection created by a student of their course-related work, like essays, posters, photographs, videos, and research papers.

Student Group and Project Work Using Google Meet

Web conferencing is real-time video conferencing software that allows you to see, hear and virtually interact with people using a computer, tablet, or mobile device. Google Meet allows students to get together virtually whenever and wherever.

Symposiums, Colloquiums, and Events Using Google Sites

The symposium, colloquium, or seminar requires a Google Site that is able to provide speakers, facilitators, attendees, and stakeholders access to needed information. This same website is updated throughout all stages of the event to publish the details of decisions made by the event organizers.