Get to know OneDrive

OneDrive is Microsoft's cloud storage solution that is available to all University of Saskatchewan staff and faculty. OneDrive is integrated with the other Microsoft products that you frequently use like Word, Excel, and Outlook and provides you with 1 TB of cloud-based storage available from any device. 


Start using OneDrive

OneDrive training

Two-Way Training Sessions

As OneDrive for Business is released, we want to make sure that you're equipped with the knowledge to use it effectively from day one. This is difficult to do if we don't know how your area works and what your needs are. It's for this reason that we're taking a different approach with training here. We want this training to be a conversation, where you tell us about how you operate as we tell you about the product. In this way, we'll be able to identify training and feature gaps that we can work to fill moving forward to make sure that OneDrive works well for the entire campus community.

To book a training session for your team, please click the button below to open a ticket with our Training Services team who would be happy to work with you to schedule the session.

Registering as an Individual

If you'd like to receive the training mentioned above but your department is either very small or not interested in departmental training, then consider signing up for an identical training as an individual using the button below.


If you're interested in learning about OneDrive for Business on your own, then consider taking the LinkedIn Learning course linked to below. Access to LinkedIn Learning is provided free of charge to all current students, staff, and faculty. To access your institutional membership, you'll want to sign in using the button on before clicking the course link. 

Sharing files with OneDrive

OneDrive is an efficient way to share files with anyone from any device. Begin sharing files or folders with people on or off-campus using OneDrive.

Help and support

Additional OneDrive resources are available in the ICT Knowledge Base and the Microsoft OneDrive Help Centre. For assistance contact, IT Support Services at or 306-966-2222.