Sunday, February 9, 2014

Drop It To Me

If you don't have a way to receive and store students' files, a paperless classroom might be difficult. There are a variety of services you can use to store and organize documents, but if you've been reading this blog for any length of time, you know that I am partial to Dropbox. Now there is a service called Drop It To Me that allows Dropbox users to set up a special link where others can upload files directly into your Dropbox folder.

Here's the explanation, as provided by the Drop It To Me website:

To register, just click here. {You'll need a Dropbox account in order to use this service, so if you don't already have one of those, click here to register for a free account.}

If you're curious about what it would look like for your students, click here. {This is my Drop It To Me box, and I have to give students the password in order to send things to me.}

It's nice because students don't need an e-mail address in order to send you things, and it goes straight to your Dropbox folder for easy storage and organization!

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