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Google Drive is used to store and work collaboratively on Google files. This includes: Google Docs (documents), Sheets (spreadsheets), Slides (presentations) and Forms (surveys). It also allows users to collaborate in real-time.

Some examples:

  • Students can work together in groups on a project or paper in Google Docs and then share their work with the instructor.
  • Teams can document processes or steps they took on projects, lab assignments, etc.
  • Faculty groups or committees can write reports together without having to send email attachments, save work on thumb drives, etc.
  • Faculty can work on research projects, journal articles, and conference proposals with colleagues on campus or anywhere in the world.

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