We are pleased to announce full Google Apps for Education Integration with Wikispaces Private Label.
Wikispaces Private Label is the most effective way to help teachers and students collaborate, communicate and learn. And now you can have the power of Google Apps for Education tightly integrated with the classroom management, review, monitoring, and organization flexibility of Wikispaces.
Read on for details. And you may also want to register so we can invite you to our upcoming Google Apps integration webinar.
Today we’re showing you the practical benefits of our new integration. And tomorrow we’ll show you some great examples of how you can use it in your classrooms.
When you connect your two environments you immediately get Single Sign-On. This means that your teachers and students can log into your Wikispaces Private Label site using their Google accounts, greatly simplifying the management of user accounts.
But our integration goes much further than that. Wikispaces wikis are a great way to organize the work of the classroom. And now that work can include Google Documents, Spreadsheets, Presentations and Drawings as easily as wiki pages and files.
Creating a new page? Make it a Google Document. Open your wiki and click on the plus button next to Pages and Files. You’ll see the New Google Doc option, ready for your use.
Organize and navigate to Google Spreadsheets and Presentations just like pages in your wikis. And of course, review, monitor, discuss, and set permissions just like wiki pages.
With our Projects feature and our flexible permissions infrastructure you can organize Google Documents into class assignments, or even share them outside of your Google Apps domain, with parents or other teachers
Get started today.
If you are a Wikispaces Private Label and Google Apps for Education customer, then you’re ready to get going! Have a look at our integration documentation for your simple setup instructions.
To learn more, sign up to get more information.
And stay tuned tomorrow for some great examples for your classrooms.