Gmail and Minerva are not (yet) closely related: but there's a certain amount you can do - here's how to work with both.
A Minerva module will display a list of users' email addresses - you can use this to set permissions to share a Google Aps resource as follows:
You can now paste the list of email addresses elsewhere. For instance, into a Google apps calendar 'Invite others' field, to give the group permissions to use that calendar. The field will accept multiple email addresses. Google will offer to send gmail invites to any email addresses that are not 'Google based'. Remember also, to set the permissions as you would like them.
Hint: when you've shared a resource in this way, from your Minerva module, provide a link to the resource so that it's easily findable by students.
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Words found on a door lintel in the garden of a house in the Cretan village of Argiroupolis.
The lintel is a fragment from the city state Lappa, which occupied the same site.
Fifteen hundred years later, when you use the web, from time to time you might well feel that the author was on to something. And if you work with particle physics, you'll know he was ...