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Collaborative Knowledge Base with Google Sheets

By Jessica Aggrey

Yesterday at my college’s convocation, we did a group discussion activity that had us using Google Sheets as a place to collaborate and create a knowledge base that everyone now has access to. I’ve used Google Docs before for collaboration but hadn’t thought about the functions that Google sheets might also offer. I loved the idea because it gets students to create a valuable resource they can use when they go to work on essays or other assignments. I think it’s best explained with a screen capture, so check out the video below to learn about it.


Click here to access the Google Sheets Template from the Video

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March 23, 2019

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