Google Drive App Administrator Guide (Enterprise Only)

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What is the Google Drive LTI App?

The Google Drive app is a new Resource App from Google, now available in Schoology from the App Center. Resource apps enable you to integrate third-party content directly into the Resource Center. This means that all of your personal, shared, public, and external instructional resources are consolidated in one place. With this integration you can:

  • Access your Google Drive content from your Schoology Resources.
  • Add Google Drive content directly within Schoology and sync to Google Drive.
  • Add content from the Google Drive app to a course or resources.
  • Import your Google Drive content from directly within courses and groups.
  • Use as an alternative to the Google Drive Resource App from Schoology.
  • Control how users in your organization share Google Drive files.
  • Add your Google Drive content to updates, discussions, assignments, pages, and tests.
  • Accept submissions from students who are connected to Google Drive.
Notes:

Can I install the Google Resources App for my entire school?

If you're the System Administrator of your school or organization (Enterprise), you can install the Google Drive app to all users from the Schoology App Center.

Note: Only system administrators with G Suite for Education admin permissions can install the app for their organization.

To install the app to your organization:

  1. Click the App Center icon in the header, then click App Center.
  2. Find and click the Google Drive LTI app.
  3. Click Install LTI App.
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  4. Click I Agree to the terms.
  5. To add the app to your school or organization, select the option to Add to Organization.
  6. Once you're in the Organization Apps area of the App Center, click Install/Remove to the far right of the app and select All Courses to install the app to all courses in your organization.
    Optional: Select Course admins only if you only wish for instructors to have access to the app.
  7. Click Submit.
  8. Click Configure from the Organization Apps area.
  9. Enter the Consumer Key and Shared Secret. This can be obtained from the G Suite Admin console here.
  10. Click Save settings.
  11. After it is configured and installed, the app is available for teachers and students in Resources.

Can I restrict sharing capabilities to users in my organization?

System administrators can control how users in their organization share Google Drive files. Learn more about this Google feature here.


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