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Google Apps for Education
Google Apps for Education is an online storage service that enables users to create and share their work online and access their documents from anywhere. Users can use Google Docs to manage documents, spreadsheets, presentations, surveys, and more. You must have a Google account to use these apps.
The following is a list of apps that are available through Google.
Can be used to help students and faculty organize their schedules and time.
Can be used to documents and edit them with others at the same time
Store and access your files anywhere with Google
Hangouts bring conversations to life with photos, emoji, and even group video calls for free.
Can be used spreadsheets and edit them with others at the same time
Create shared workspaces for classes, faculties and clubs
Can be used to create beautiful slides that support embedded videos, animations and dynamic slide transitions.
Google Apps Tutorials
Learn how to use Google apps in school or at home.
Microsoft OneDrive is a free online storage service that is built into Windows. It allows users to store and share documents, images and videos on any device with internet connection.
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