Our Top 10 Google Docs Add-ons of 2016

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December 28, 2016
Google Docs' add-ons are tools that add a wide variety of functionalities to Google Docs. In the course of this year we have reviewed a number of these tools and we have particularly focused on the ones that are related, in a way or another, to us in education. From this collection we selected what we think are among the best add-ons for teachers and students using Google Docs. Some of the things you can do with these add-ons include:
  • Give and receive feedback using both voice and text comments
  • Insert accents for different languages into your Google Doc
  • Easily and quickly create educational  rubrics
  • Create and insert graphs, equations, and math quizzes into your Google Doc
  • Use speech recognition to voice type your Google docs
  • Access and use a huge library of clipart images to use in your docs
  • Automatically create a table of content for easy document navigation
  • Create and insert diagrams, flowcharts, and mind maps into your docs
  • Add electronic signatures to your docs and share them in PDF format
  • Automatically cite sources and generate bibliographies
Here are the links to the add-ons featured in the visual below:
Our Top 10 Google Docs Add-ons of 2016