Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Google Docs: Synchronous user limits and document stat's

A couple quick gleanings from:

Fourteen Interesting Ways to use Google Docs in the Classroom (Google Docs [presentation]) - a work licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial Share Alike 3.0 License (slide 1), by Tom Barrett (slide 16), author of 100 Interesting Ways (ICT in my Classroom, 2009.01.26).
  • 10 people can edit a Presentation at the same time.
  • 50 people can edit a Spreadsheet....
  • 10 people can edit a Document.... (Fourteen..., slide 4 of 16)
Doc stat's (Tools menu, Word Count) include an Automated Readability Index keyed to grade levels, in addition to word counts (Fourteen..., slide 7). Cherly Stephen's copyright article, All About Readability (2000) provides background for such indices.

See for yourself:


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