Google Drive is your online space for creating, storing, and collaborating on documents in the cloud. Gone are the days of jump drives and H: drives. Access your Google Drive from anywhere that has an internet connection in the world and store as much as you like inside.

Google Sites can be used to create custom websites and webpages without knowing HTML or other complex coding languages. It works with only a web browser so teachers and students do not need to buy or download software.

Capture ideas with your voice, add images to notes, check tasks off your to-do list, and much more. With Google Keep, you can create, share, and collaborate with people on notes and lists. Keep synchronizes across all your devices, so your notes and lists go with you, wherever you are.

Create, edit, and collaborate with others on documents from your iPod, iPhone, iPad, Chromebook, or computer with the free Google Docs app. Google Docs is part of Google Drive.

Google Classroom allows you to communicate, collaborate, assign student work and create a paperless classroom. Click here for a video about Google Classroom.

Google Forms allows you to collect information and organize it with a click of a button. Use Google Forms to create self grading quizzes, collect parent contact or ballots for elections.

Google Slides makes your ideas shine with a variety of presentation themes, thousands of fonts, embedded video, animations, and more. Presentations is part of Google Drive.

Google Sheets makes your data pop with colorful charts and graphs. Built-in formulas, pivot tables and conditional formatting options save time and simplify common spreadsheet tasks. Sheets is part of Google Drive.

Explore entry-level graphic design with Google Drawings. Build customized images and graphics for presentations and projects with this great little service. Google Drawings was actually used for most of the badges on this site.