UCSD Google Apps for Education

Google Apps for Education (GAE), a collection of Google's free web-based applications offered ad-free to educational institutions, is now available for Scripps Oceanography faculty, staff, and students.

This rollout is a collaborative effort between Academic Affairs, Scripps Oceanography, and the newly integrated Information Technology Services department (formerly ACT and ACMS) in support of the university's mission for critical teaching, learning, and research. In adherence to data usage guidelines outlined on this page

If you have questions, about GAE, please review the FAQs. If you're interested in how GAE might be used in your own department or unit, please contact Scripps IT

Protected Data Usage Guidelines

Please note - there are important restrictions for anyone dealing with ITAR or EAR (i.e., Export Controlled) data. Since the UC agreement allows Google to store data in any of their data centers, it’s possible that your data will be stored on foreign soil, which is prohibited for data that falls under Export Control regulations. Thus, if you have these data, use local storage sources, and of course, never share these data via email or other unsecured methods.

Read complete guidelines for using protected data in Google Apps

Core Apps

Faculty, staff, and students have access to the following UC San Diego Google Core Apps:

  • Calendar
  • Classroom
  • Docs
  • Drive (unlimited per user storage space)
  • Gmail
  • Hangouts
  • Sheets
  • Sites
  • Slides
  • Vault

Resources for users of Google Apps for Education

Resources for system administrators

Google Apps FAQs

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