OneDrive for Business, also referred to as Lehigh OneDrive, is a personal document library intended for storing and organizing your documents and other files. OneDrive is part of your Lehigh Office 365 account. When you use a web browser to access Lehigh OneDrive, you can create and edit Microsoft Office documents (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, etc.) without actually having Office installed on your computer. You can access your Lehigh OneDrive files from anywhere. You can also choose to share files with others within and outside the University.
There are several different ways to connect to your Lehigh OneDrive account depending on your situation and the device you are using. You can select one or multiple options below to connect to Lehigh OneDrive:
- Web Interface - The OneDrive Web Interface allows you to access your Office 365 files from any Web browser.
- Lehigh OneDrive Client for Windows - Create a Lehigh OneDrive connection directly on your Windows device.
- Lehigh OneDrive App for iOS - Create a Lehigh OneDrive connection directly on your iOS device
- Office 2016 - Access Lehigh OneDrive directly through your local copy of Microsoft Office 2016
Storage Space Quota
All Lehigh users have a 1TB quota for Lehigh OneDrive. Within your Lehigh OneDrive space there is a limit of 20,000 files and/or folders. Individual file sizes can be up to 10GB in size.
Using your Lehigh OneDrive Space
Lehigh OneDrive can be used efficiently in a number of ways. Exactly how you use it, however, can depend on how you are connecting to the space.