Google Drive allows users to drag and drop content into their Google Drive from their laptop or desktop, as well as from their mobile devices. Any type of file can be stored, and a huge number can be viewed and edited including files from Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel; PDFs, videos, photos, etc. G Suite for Education accounts have unlimited storage space. Content in Google Drive, can be organized in color-coded folders and shared. It is also easy to search your drive for a specific file.
Google Drive supports collaboration, communication and creativity. The ability to publish and share files can be used to provide an authentic audience for students' work and supports global connections. It works seamlessly with Canvas and Classroom to automatically organize and store instructional content and student work.
Instructors and students (as age appropriate) will use Google Drive to store and organize files.
Instructors and students (as age appropriate) will share files in Google Drive with various permissions and collaborate with others.
Take existing content from your classroom (whether it's on your computer’s hard drive, a flash drive, on your H: drive, etc) and organize it in Drive. Create at least 1 folder and upload at least 2 files into it.
TIP: Use Google Chrome as your web browser to be able to upload folders with multiple files by just dragging the folder into your Google Drive.
Share one of the files in your Google Drive by copying the shareable link that allows others to COMMENT.
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