I was working with a teacher the other day who expressed some frustration around wanting to add footnotes to Google Docs on the iPad while doing some research with students.
Well, as I began to look into it, I realized there’s kind of a trick to it, so I sat down and recorded this screencast to show you step by step how to set up your Google Drive so you can add footnotes to research on your iPad. It’s a bit tricky, but I’m sure you’ll agree, entirely worth it.
(If you’ve ever wondered about adding footnotes to Google Docs in general, this screencast shows you that too!)
Susan Hennessey is a reformed librarian and current professional development coordinator with a particular interest in digital credentials and scavenger hunts. She's addicted to flavored almonds, salty, crunchy snacks, and Google Hangouts.