With Google Drive, you can now access your files, even the big ones, from wherever you are. Share them with whomever you want, and edit them together in real time.
Create and collaborate
Google Docs is built right into Google Drive, so you can work together in real time on documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Share your stuff with others, add and reply to comments and even make edits on the go.
Store everything safely and access it anywhere
You can access your stuff from anywhere—in your home, at the office, while running errands and from all your devices. Install Drive on your Mac or PC, download the mobile app to your phone or tablet, or visit anytime at drive.google.com.
Search by keyword and filter by file type, owner and more. Drive can even recognize content in your scanned documents and images.
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I use Google Drive for everything. I install it on my desktop computers, I use the app on my phone and tablet, and I am always working in Google Drive on my Chromebook. The fact that I can use it seamlessly on all of my devices is the largest strength. Google has done a very nice job of making apps that work well and in a similar way on every device.
The amount of collaboration that can be done in Google Drive is unrivaled. Students can work simultaneously in one document. I use the collaboration tools to work along with colleagues remotely at any time. My students are able to work in a doc with me and we can communicate in real time.
We use Google Drive to host content online, collect information, work with others, share resources, and track data. I recommend Google Drive to my colleagues on a daily basis because of its ease of use and compatibility.
This is a MUST HAVE for Google Edu users. Great for getting images and files off the iPad too.
Najlepsze narzędzie do współpracy w klasie. Nie trzeba niczego zapisywać, nie potrzeba żadnych nośników; zawsze pod ręką, za darmo. W historii widać wkład pracy uczniów. Wykorzystuję je do pracy na lekcjach języka polskiego w szkole podstawowej. Polecam!
I use Google Drive for teaching at the Middle School level. Kids are on computers doing foreign language drills and all their handouts are stored on their Google drives. No copies! No lost handouts!
I also use Google Drive to enable collaboration within my classes on essay questions pertaining to research projects. For example, for my French class I had the kids research 3 different cultural items (the Eiffel Tower, the Thinker, the Mona Lisa), then asked them to write a page answering the question: are these cultural icons overrated? Please give your reasoning citing specific examples from the objects.
Kids then used Google docs to write their essays and share them with me electronically. I then posted them on the class wiki.
File sharing is the sine quae non of the collaborative classroom.