What is Google Sheets?
Google Sheets is a web-based data input program that covers all the needs for spreadsheet tasks with graphs, charts, pivot tables, built-in formulas, unlimited cells, and more.
Google Sheets also allows sharing with others, multiple user collaboration, and use of the program online or offline. [More Information]
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Best Used For:
Spreadsheets, graphs, and charts.
Why use Google Sheets?
Google Sheets is useful because like the other Google office suite programs, it doesn’t require any special software to download. You can create and edit task lists, project plans, data, charts, filters and much more directly from a web browser.
Google Sheets can help faculty track students’ progress throughout the school year. It can also be used to create rubrics for assignments and projects that can be shared with students. [More Information]
How to use Google Sheets
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