Teachers will download Google Docs app and install it
Unregistered teachers will be prompted to register with Google
Web version users will go to the online version of Google Docs
Teachers will create and email a screenshot of installed Google Docs
Time to finish step 4: 2:00 hrs. Time to finish each substep: 15 - 30 minutes.*
Please begin the lesson by watching the "Android & iOS Video Tutorial" video below on how to search for, download, and install Google Docs. Otherwise, follow the "Laptop/Desktop/Other Users" if you are using a device that does not have or require apps to run Google Docs.
Have fun with this part and do not hesitate to explore all the different options and features Google Docs has to offer—there are many!
Once you are done, you can move on to Step 1 - Part II - How To Take A Screenshot.
If your device does not require an app or if there is not an app available for your device, simply use the online version. Visit the online version of Google Docs. If you are not registered with Google, you will be automatically prompted to register. Simply follow the online steps that will be presented to you in a step by step fashion. You will start by clicking on the "Create an account" link and then follow the instructions. See picture below.
In this step, you will be able to take a screenshot. Click on the tutorial below to learn how to create a screenshot regardless of your device. Once you are done, you can move on to Step 1 - Part III - How to Email A Screenshot.
In this step, you will be able to email a screenshot of the installed Google Docs app to the instructor--just the Google Docs button on the homescreen will suffice. Online version users will take a screenshot of the Google docs homescreen after you have logged in. Click on the tutorial below, "How to email a screenshot," choose your device, and follow the simple steps. Once you have finished getting your screenshot and the tutorial, email to the instructor your screenshot, and then proceed to step 2 .