I was asked to place several links to Google Docs together for a fellow teacher to use.
The official Google Docs Blog is a great place to start. Here is a link to the improvements made recently.
Google Docs’ sharing features enable you and your students to decide exactly who can access and edit documents. You’ll find that Google Docs helps promote group work and peer editing skills, and that it helps to fulfill the stated goal of The National Council of Teachers of English, which espouses writing as a process and encourages multiple revisions and peer editing.
Last week Google introduced
a solution to that problem
in the form of Google Docs Demo.
Google Docs Demo provides a way
for anyone to try all of the
features of Google Docs
without having to create
a Google account.
Here is and excellent web article on Google for Educators, links take you to Google Apps for Educators.