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Google's document sharing service is called Google Drive. It includes cloud-based tools for word processing, presentations, and spreadsheets. You can keep your documents private, make them public, or share them only with people to whom you grant access. You can even collaborate in the creation of shared documents. The spreadsheet service has an innovative forms feature through which you can create online surveys that prompt users to fill out forms and submit data that you can view as it is collected into a Google Spreadsheet. In addition to Google Docs, Google Drive enables you to upload and download more than 30 different file types, which you can open and thereby share from any device.

To find out how easy G Suite makes it to set up your own document sharing service, follow this link to the Google Drive tutorial.

If you have not yet learned how to get your G Suite domain, follow this link to the G Suite Overview.