Leveraging Google Drive to Enhance Student Learning

Leveraging Google Drive to Enhance Student Learning

Continuing the Conversation with Andrew Bunger

This webinar will focus on different strategies for using Google Drive with an emphasis on Google Docs to create a more collaborative classroom. With Indiana University’s recent migration from Box, learning about Google Drive will empower attendees to utilize this collaborative tool that is heavily used by students in and out of the classroom. Throughout the presentation there will be discussion how Google Drive has been integrated into the online and hybrid classroom. The session will utilize an interactive structure where strategies will be presented first, then work with attendees to brainstorm new pedagogical approaches using Google Drive.



About the presenter

Andrew Bunger
Kelley School of Business
Department of Communication, Professional and Computer Skills

IU Bloomington

Andrew T. Bunger, JD, is a lecturer in business communications at the Kelley School of Business. He joined the Kelley faculty in 2015 and has taught courses on a wide series of topics including management, business writing, business presentations and professional development. Outside of the classroom, he maintains an active license to practice law in the State of Indiana and provides professional legal services to individuals and businesses.

Prior to joining the faculty at Kelley, Andrew spent 7 years working in the legal profession.  He began his legal career as an associate attorney at the law firm of Bunger & Robertson working in a diverse range of practice areas on transactional and litigation matters.  After leaving the full-time practice of law, Andrew spent 3 years at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law as a career coach.  During his time at Maurer he was awarded the Leonard D. Fromm Public Interest Faculty Award for his outstanding commitment to public interest law.