UCSC Google Docs & Drive
Google Drive is the new home for Google Documents. You can upload, edit, share, and create files online. With Google Drive, you can access your files wherever you are, from any device. And you can work with even more file types by installing Google Drive apps.
Login with your CruzID and Blue password (same password you use for email). ITS recommends that you always access Google via a secure web browser such as Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Internet Explorer.
Google Drive/Docs training classes at Kerr Hall are now available. More information
Google Documents: Collaborate and learn in real-time with Google Docs. Web-based documents, spreadsheets, forms, drawings and presentations that let users edit the same file at the same time so you always have the latest version.
Google Drive: Keep everything, share anything with Google Drive with 5 GB of storage. Google Drive is your place to keep single up-to-date versions of all of your files online.
- Get Started with Google Drive
- Google Drive Help Center
- Google Drive Download
- Install Google Drive on your Mac/PC
- Google Drive Sync
Creating and Sharing Documents
- Create and save a document
- Edit and format a document
- Upload a document into Google
- Sharing a document
Google Drive / Docs is a self-supported service at this time. The best resource for support is the Google Help Center, which contains official Google support documentation for all Google services.