There are two forms of calendars available through the Resources page: Institutional Calendars and Departmental Calendars. Institutional calendars are open for general access, where departmental calendars are generally restricted to members of a department. 

You can view these calendars by clicking on the link for the associated calendar on the left.  You can add these calendars to your own Google Calendar by clicking on the
icon found in the lower right corner of each calendar.

Once a Calendar is added to your Google Calendar, you find it by click on the Calendar link in the upper left corner in Gmail. 

From there, you can toggle these calendars on or off under the Other Calendars section of your Google Calendar by clicking on the colored box next to the calendar.

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Google Groups allow you to communicate easily with others. Google Groups can serve as traditional mailing lists and/or discussion forums. In addition, you can share resources with Groups, like Google Calendars, Documents, and Sites. You can also invite Groups to events in Google Calendar.

Three types of Google Groups are available: Interests, Academic Committees, and Departments. Interest groups are optional lists that you can join. To join an interest group, click on the Join Group button for the group. 

Once you have joined an interest group, you can leave it or change how you receive messages for the group by clicking on the My Membership button that replaces the Join Group button. 

Memberships of Academic Committee groups are managed by the Office of Academic Affairs. Unlike Interest groups, these groups have restricted membership. If you should have access to one of these groups and do not, click on the Apply for Membership link for the group.

Departmental groups are managed by individual departments. Again, if you are not a member of a group, and should be, click on the Apply for Membership link for the group. 

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Repositories are collections of documents offered through Google Drive. Some repositories may be restricted to specific groups, while others, like the Teaching and Technology repository, are open to the public. 

You can also access documents, folders, and repositories that have been shared with you by clicking on the Drive link found in the upper left corner of your Gmail screen. From there, select the Shared with Me link. 

For More Information on Google Drive