Using Google Drive students can create Google Workspace for Education documents and upload/store files and folders that will help them complete assigments. There are no storage limits, so large files—like videos—can be stored and viewed using Google Drive.
When at school students often have access to District managed Chromebooks. These laptops allow them to connect to Drive with just a few clicks. Students working from home may need to use a family computer, which can be unfamiliar to them. This resource describes how to use your personal Chromebook, or a Windows, Mac or Linux computer at home to connect to Google Drive. Mobile phones and tablets are useful for uploading paper documents, pictures and video to drive, but working with documents is more difficult using a phone/tablet. If your family does not have a dependable laptop or desktop computer to complete school work please contact your child’s school for assistance.
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