What is Google Apps?
Google Apps is a suite of online software applications that Google offers to educational institutions and non-profit organizations. The package includes Eaglemail (Gmail), Web-based word processing and spreadsheet applications, sharable calendars, chat, and more.
How does it work?
You will use your NCCU username and password to log into Google’s web-based applications through MyEOL or by directly typing in the link below. You will use a separate Google password to access Google services that you are syncing with a device and Google Chat.
Google Apps at NCCU gives students:
Eaglemail (Google Apps Email)
Enjoy Google’s powerful email program without the ads. You will have 7 gigabytes of email storage. No more worries about having to delete email with your Eaglemail account.
Chat with your friends and classmates on the web or on your desktop. Organize a group chat to go over homework or make a voice call.
Talk: Keep in mind that you can chat inside your email account. If you would like to use the Google Talk client to make voice calls or transfer files, you can download it at http://www.google.com/talk/.
Documents Made for Collaboration
Easily create documents, spreadsheets, or presentations and export them to your favorite desktop program. Share them with your group and make changes together in real time.