View and Edit UMD Google Drive Files Offline (Includes Video)

Google Drive is a cloud storage service developed by Google that allows you to store, share, and collaborate on your files. Drive is also integrated with Google apps such as Docs, Sheets, and Slides, enabling you to create, store, and share productivity documents in a variety of file formats through Drive. 

Google Drive is included as part of your UMD Google Account. To access Google Drive, go to and click Go To Drive. Enter your UMD email address when prompted, then log in through the Central Authentication Service (CAS) using your Directory ID and Password.

To learn more, click the link below to view a video tutorial on how to work with Google Drive files offline.

View and edit your files offline

To read more about downloading files from Google Drive, view the Work on Files Offline article.