Google Drawings is an often overlooked, yet useful tool that students can access within their G Suite for Education accounts. As I shared in one of yesterday's posts, Google Drawings can be used to create hyperlinked images much like you can do in Thinglink which now requires a subscription in most cases. There are other ways that your students can use Google Drawings. In the videos that are embedded below I demonstrate seven ways that your students can use Google Drawings.
Create a Mind Map
Create Hyperlinked Images/ Interactive Images
Image cropping, Image filtering, Image labeling & commenting, Creating custom word art, Creating & customizing charts and graphs.