Introduction to G Suite

Online – Mar 29, 2021

Class Overview

Course Code: T&L 2900, Introduction to G Suite

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This introductory blended course examines how to integrate Chromebooks in the 21st Century Classroom as digital tools to enhance collaboration, creativity, and student communication. This course will provide educators the opportunity to learn all of the main G Suite tools including Drive, Docs, Slides, Sheets, Sites, and Google Classroom. Additionally, educators will learn to leverage apps and Chrome extensions to differentiate and personalize the learning experience. This course is designed for anyone who wants to utilize free, powerful, collaborative tools with their colleagues, students, and community. 

This course includes a NEW Chromebook.

Learning Goals

  • Explore the Chromebook functions and Chrome settings
  • Collaborate and Create with Google Docs and Slides
  • Collect and analyze data with Forms and Spreadsheets
  • Communicate and organize with Shared drives
  • Create and publish a portfolio of work via Google Sites
  • Differentiate learning with Chrome Extensions
  • Collaborate and share best practices through course discussions
  • Develop and present an implementation plan


Course Cost


Class Location

This class is asynchronous, content is released on a weekly basis. The dates indicate the kick-off meeting and closing meeting. Conflicts with either meeting should not be a deterrent from registering, accommodations can be made.

Date and Time

  • Mar 29, 2021
  • May 17, 2021
  • (06:00 pm - 08:00 pm)
  • (06:00 pm - 08:00 pm)


The instructor may schedule additional online meetings for collaboration. Also, the instructor will be available through scheduled office hours throughout the course.

Through our partnership with the University of North Dakota, we offer 3 graduate-level professional development credits for all of our courses. Upon courses completion, participants will receive an official University Transcript. Courses are also available in Non-credit version where participants can receive credit hours to submit for Act 48.