Create a Dropbox Folder in Google Drive

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Students and instructors who use Google Drive can create a shared folder to serve as a common place to upload and share files with one another. Any type of file can be uploaded to and shared through Google Drive. However, please keep in mind that a user’s Google Drive file storage capacity is 5 GB.  For additional information about file upload size limits, please see Google’s documentation.

This tutorial assumes that you have created your own free Google account.  When you are signed into your Google account, go to  Google Drive and perform the following steps. You may view the tutorial in the embedded PDF below or click this link to view it in a new browser window.

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About Megan Hamilton

In my current role as an Educational Assistant in web enhanced learning, I provide high-level support to faculty in the use of Blackboard and other web-based software to enhance teaching and learning. I have served as one of MATC's Blackboard Administrators for 6 years and have 10 years of experience in web development/visual communications.

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