Virtual Google Drive Basics

Tuesday, November 24
1:00pm – 2:00pm

Learn basic features of Google Drive to save, share create, edit documents and discover special features.

Google Drive is a web-based interface that provides a central place to store your files online, so that you can access them from anywhere and collaborate on projects with other users over the Web. In this program, you will learn basic features of Google Drive to save, share, collaborate, create, and organize files.  This week’s special topic is saving from Gmail account to your Google Drive.

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Looking for resources to learn more about Google Drive? Take a look at these resources and O’Reilly for Public Libraries  using your library card. Don’t have a card right now? No worries, try our newly improved Digital Library card and you’ll be ready to go in minutes.

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