Google Apps for Education

A Suite of Free Productivity Tools for Classroom Collaboration


Gmail: Google Drive: Google Calendar:
Gmail is designed to make everyone more productive. Unlimited storage means no need to delete anything, powerful search means everything is in reach, and labels and filters help your users stay organized. Gmail is securely powered by the Web, so students can be productive at home, on the road, or on their mobile devices. Google Drive on your Mac, PC, Android, or IOS device gives you a single place for up-to-date versions of your files from anywhere Overlay multiple calendars to see when people are available – a great way to organize study groups, for example. Google Calendar sends invitations and manages RSVPs.
The inbox is not just about messages, it is about people too. Text, voice, and video chat means that students can see who is online and connect instantly. Share individual files or whole folders with specific people or your entire team or even contractors, partners, and constituents. Create and reply to comments on files to get feedback or add ideas. Calendar is integrated into Gmail and interoperable with popular calendar applications
  Unlimited storage space means never having to worry about deleting files to free up space. Store everything, anywhere, any way you'd like - All for no cost to students. Calendars can be shared school-wide or with select colleagues. A range of sharing permission controls help maintain security and privacy.
Google Docs: Google Sheets: Google: Slides:
Create rich documents with images, tables, equations, drawings, links and more. Gather input and manage feedback with social commenting. Keep and share lists, track projects, analyze data and track results with our powerful spreadsheet editor. Use tools like advanced formulas, embedded charts, filters and pivot tables to get new perspectives on your data. Create beautiful slides with our presentation editor, which supports things like embedded videos, animations and dynamic slide transitions. Publish your presentations on the web so anyone can view them, or share them privately.