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  • Very nice. I'd argue we're now at a point where we need to archive the data that's stored in cloud storage itself. I.e. why do I want to sync ALL my data across all my devices? I don't want to. I want a place to move my archive data. My passive data. A destination for my data.
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  • Dawson College Pedagogical Day – October 18th, 2013 Never Use a USB Key Again: How to Manage your Files in the Cloud Rafael Scapin, Ph.D. Coordinator of Educational Technology Office of Instructional Development Dawson College
  • Storing Information
  • Copyright (C) Warner Bros. Television Problems With USB Keys / Flash Drives Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkfOYtaumew
  • What’s The Cloud? Cloud Computing means storing and accessing data and programs over the Internet instead of your computer's hard drive.
  • Popular Cloud Storage Platforms
  • Popular Cloud Storage Platforms Online Storage & Sharing Websites 2 Gb for free. 500 MB for each referral person up to 18 GB (free). $99/year for 100 Gb. 10 Gb for free. $60/year for 100 Gb 15 GB for free. $4.99/month for 100 Gb.
  • Popular Cloud Storage Platforms Online Storage & Sharing Websites 5 Gb fro free. 500 MB for each referral person up to 32 GB (free). $9.99/month for 100 Gb 5 Gb for free. 10 additional GB (15 GB total): $20/year 7 GB (free) (25 GB for existing users prior to April 22, 2012) 10 Gb for free. “Infinite space” for $99/year
  • How Safe is it? Dropbox uses modern encryption methods to both transfer and store your data. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and AES-256 bit encryption. Two-step verification is available for an extra layer of security at login. You can choose to receive security codes by text message or apps.
  • How Safe is it?
  • Why Using Cloud Storage? Traditional Way to Exchange Files E-Mail
  • Why Using Cloud Storage? Exchanging Files in the Cloud
  • Why Using Cloud Storage? Exchanging Files in the Cloud: Multiple Devices
  • Why Using Cloud Storage? Cloud Storage Platforms Create Folders on your Computer
  • Why Using Cloud Storage? Dropbox File Folder (on your Computer)
  • Why Using Cloud Storage? Dropbox Folders on the Web
  • Why Using Cloud Storage? Box.net Folders on the Web
  • Why Using Cloud Storage? Google Drive Folders on the Web
  • Why Using Cloud Storage? Google Drive – Sharing Files/Folders
  • Why Using Cloud Storage? Google Drive – Synchronous Editing Source: http://youtu.be/A7y7NafWXeM
  • Why Using Cloud Storage? Dropbox: Sharing Files / Folders
  • Why Using Cloud Storage? Sharing Files in Moodle Advantage Files are updated automatically in Moodle after you make any changes in the original one in Dropbox!
  • Store Students’ Documents Online Storing Assignments & Sending Feedback
  • Store Students’ Documents Online 3-Party Websites: DropitTome DROPitTOme allows you to receive files from anyone to your Dropbox account. http://dropitto.me/ CONS: No way to specify an upload folder – all uploads go into a Dropitome folder inside your Dropbox folder No way to embed the upload form into class website, blog, or wiki
  • Store Students’ Documents Online 3-Party Websites: Send to Dropbox Incredibly simple to use. Just attach the app to your Dropbox account and you're set Students just have to attach the file they want to send to you and it magically appears in your Dropbox folder, accessible from ANY of your devices http://sendtodropbox.com/ Ability to specify the folder that the files are saved to. Folders can contain the From address, subject or the date Will also automatically unzip archived files for you Can be used from an iPad or other tablet device
  • Store Students’ Documents Online 3-Party Websites: JotForm JotForm is a WYSIWYG form editor in the browser. They have recognized a need for a way to easily upload to DropBox and have created a custom form and setup procedure for DropBox that is just flat out awesome. http://www.jotform.com/dropbox/
  • Store Students’ Documents Online 3-Party Websites All thre services offer a fantastic way to allow your students to send their digital work directly to your Dropbox folder for collection. If you’re looking for something incredibly quick and simple, DropItTo.me would be the way to go. If you’d like to specify the folder that your files are sent to, then send to dropbox would be your choice. If you would like an embeddable, completely customizable form for your students to upload their work, then JotForm is for you.
  • Searching Different Cloud Services CloudMagic: Fast search across Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, iCloud, SkyDrive, Gmail, Evernote, Facebo ok, Twitter and much more. http://cloudmagic.com Source: http://youtu.be/F1tH-S2HjGg
  • Searching Different Cloud Services Manage all your clouds from one login with services like: Dropbox, Box, SkyDrive, Google Drive, SugarSync, Picasa, Amazon S3, FTP sites and WebDav drives...all from one simple app. http://otixo.com
  • Searching Different Cloud Services
  • Questions
  • Contact Me Rafael Scapin, Ph.D. rscapin@dawsoncollege.qc.ca rscapin 1404 DawsonITE Blog http://dawsonite.dawsoncollege.qc.ca