Google Classroom is a learning platform that works with Google Docs, Gmail and Google Calendar to create classes, distribute assignments, and send feedback to students added to a Google Classroom. Google Classroom is not a replacement for AsULearn and lacks many of AsULearn's advanced features and there are currently no plans to programmatically integrate Classroom with institutional data such as class rosters. The only supported use of Google Classroom is as a teaching aid for educational curricula.
Since many K-12 schools use Google Classroom, Reich College of Education faculty and students may wish to use Google Classroom as a part of their K-12 training. When using Google Classroom, a teacher will need to set up a class, and invite students and any co-teachers because Google Classroom is not pre-populated with Appalachian classes, assigned faculty and enrolled students.