What is Google Drive? 
What was formerly called Google Docs is now called Google Drive. Google Docs is a tool within Drive, along with Google Slides (Presentation), Google Forms, and Google Drawing. Drive is the organizational storage space for the Google Apps documents you create or are sharing with other collaborators. Simply put it is your "File Cabinet" in the cloud.

Google Drive Basics

Key Logistical Questions
  • How to get to my Drive (Screencast)
  • How can I manage my Google Drive files list? (Screencast)
  • Wait! Where are the docs and folders that are shared with me? (Screencast)
  • How to create and share a folder in Google Drive (Screencast)
  • How to find files with Search, Advanced Search, & Sort (Screencast)
  • Can I import my old Office files? (Screencast
  • How about exporting to a PDF or Office file? (Screencast)
  • Upload Settings: To Convert Automatically to Google Docs Format or Confirm First? (Screencast)

Challenge:  Get your Drive organized.
  • Upload Files & Folders
  • Create Folders and Subfolders
  • Share Folders with Colleagues, or Make Accessible to Students as Appropriate

Google Drive Management