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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Dropbox: Say Goodbye to Jump Drives

If you are like me, you have problems keeping up with your jump drive. My biggest fear was always, "What if I lose it forever?" My life stayed on my jump drive until I discovered Dropbox. I have used Dropbox for over two years. Since then, I have never used a jump drive again. 


Dropbox is an online storage program. Everything is stored online, so you will never lose anything! I store class files, personal pictures and videos, important documents, etc. into my Dropbox. Dropbox holds all file types. You can access Dropbox from multiple computers and your iPad. You can even share folders with friends and colleagues. Your students can upload files into a shared Dropbox folder. There is a paid version of Dropbox, but I have never upgraded. You start with 2GB of free space, and there are multiple ways to upgrade that space.To get started with Dropbox, simply {click here}
~Cara
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6 comments:

Michelle Tsivgadellis said...

I also have had that fear. I used to fear the computer crashing, then I feared losing my external hard drive, and now I fear that I have files in too many places that I can't remember all of them..hehehe I have heard of drop box, but have never tried it. Thanks for the link and I think I will have to check it out (-;

Thank you for the resource!!!

Michelle

The 3AM Teacher

Lori said...

Dropbox sounds great! I have downloaded it, but haven't used it yet. Thanks for the info on it!
Lori
Conversations in Literacy

Sam said...

That's like Google Docs almost, but probably better. Will definitely have to check it out! I'm obessed with putting things onto Google Docs!!

Shannon said...

Do you know what the differences are between dropbox and google docs? I want to use the one that is more user friendly AND has more bells/whistles. :)

Shannon
http://www.irunreadteach.wordpress.com

Charlotte G. said...
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Charlotte G. said...

Neat resource. Thanks for the tip!