Answered By: Iris Carroll
Last Updated: Jun 29, 2016     Views: 77

Great question! Here's what NoodleTools says, 

Google Docs and Google Drive are essentially the same thing as far as NoodleTools goes. Google Drive is sort of the main "hub" of all users' files, where the files can either be Docs, Sheets (spreadsheets), presentations, or some other file types. If you wanted to work on a doc, you could either open Drive and find the doc there, or you could open Google Docs and find that same doc using that application. NoodleTools creates a Google Doc within the student's Google Drive.

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