Lesson 2

Google Docs
Now we'll take a look at some other useful features in Google Docs.  

1    Bookmark - select "Bookmark" from the "Insert" tab to keep your place when reading a long document.  Click on the bookmark to later remove.
2    Table of Contents - watch the video below to learn how to insert a Table of Contents in a google doc

YouTube Video

3    Personal Dictionary - visit this link to see how to use the personal dictionary
4    Translate Document - This feature can be used to support ELL and foreign exchange students
    a.    Select "Translate document" from the "Tools" tab.  
    b.    Select a title for the document (will be auto-titled "Translated copy of" the original document title.  
    c.    Choose a language and click translate.
5    Editing, Suggesting, and Viewing Modes - by clicking on the pencil pulldown tab in the upper right of a doc (pictured below), you can change from "Editing" mode to "Suggesting" mode which is similar to track changes in Word.  This allows for others to see what changes you are suggesting and then decide whether to accept or reject those changes.  You can also reply to a suggested change.  In order to view the final version of a document after suggested changes have been dealt with, switch to the "Viewing" mode.  
6    Help Menu - notice the "Help" tab.  By clicking this tab, you can see keyboard shortcuts, search for answers to a question about using docs, or select "Docs Help" to browse articles and forums for answers.

Add to the Google Doc that you created in lesson one to include: 1. how you would have students use the editing and suggesting modes when collaborating and 2add a table of contents.