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OneDrive is a cloud storage solution available to Dartmouth students, Dartmouth staff, and Dartmouth-paid faculty. OneDrive allows users to easily store and share up to 1 terabyte of photos, videos, and documents. And the best part is that you can access these files anywhere, on any device. This includes integration with the iPad via various apps.

This webpage outlines the process for setting up your OneDrive account as well as some of the apps that interface with OneDrive.

For additional assistance, please contact [email protected] or call 603-646-5123. You can also visit us in person in Vail 814.

Accessing OneDrive from BWA

To set up your OneDrive account:

  1. Log in to https://bwa.dartmouth.edu.
    Note: This process cannot be accomplished via the iPad at this time.
  2. Once logged in, click the Office 365 app launcher at the top left of the page.
  3. From the resulting list, select OneDrive.
  4. This will create your OneDrive.
    Your OneDrive @ Dartmouth College Documents area should open.

Navigating OneDrive in a Browser (Mac/PC)

Within OneDrive you will notice a few panels, tabs, and options.

  1. The left navigation provides you with access to your files based on specific characteristics
    • Recent
    • Shared with Me
    • Discover
    • Recycle Bin
  2. The center panel will change depending on which document area you are in. The default navigation options include:
    • New (Create new folder/file)
    • Upload
    • Sync (used for various device connections)
  3. Selecting the radio button or the the triple dots … next to files and folders provide additional contextual action menus including:
    • Share
    • Copy Link
    • Download
    • Delete
    • Move to
    • Copy to
    • Rename
    • Details

Saving files to OneDrive From Notability:

  1. With the file you wish to share open, select the Share icon.
  2. From the Destination window, select Other Apps.
  3. In the Other Apps prompt, choose the format you wish to share the file.
    • PDF (options include PDF, RTF, Note)
    • Paper
    • Recordings
    • Page Range
  4. Tap Share Note.
  5. From the apps list, select OneDrive.
  6. At the bottom of the resulting page, select Upload to OneDrive.

💡 Important Note: You can set Notability to automatically back up to OneDrive or Google Drive. This is highly recommended to ensure your files are backed up in the event your iPad is damaged or runs out of storage space.

Saving files to OneDrive From Google Drive:

  1. Click the ... icon at the far right of the document you wish to move to OneDrive.
  2. From the Details panel, select Open In…
  3. In the resulting window, select Import with OneDrive.
  4. Navigate to the folder within OneDrive where you wish to save the file.
  5. At the bottom of the resulting page, select Upload to OneDrive.

Saving Files to OneDrive From Dropbox:

  1. Select and preview the file you wish to move to OneDrive.
  2. Select the ...icon at the top right of the page.
  3. Select Export from the resulting menu.
  4. Select the Open In icon.
  5. From the apps list, select OneDrive.
  6. At the bottom of the resulting page, select Upload to OneDrive.

We are excited to announce a new service to Dartmouth researchers – DartFS, a next generation storage solution that will provide ample capacity and the ability to access your files in multiple ways from multiple devices.

New users to DartFS

DartFS will be consolidating and replacing both RStor/AFS and the Discovery storage.

Migrating users from RStor/AFS to DartFS


  • 50GB home directoryat no cost for all members of the Dartmouth research community
  • 1TB shared lab directoryat no cost for faculty members
  • Accessible directly from your Windows PC, Mac, and Linux desktop and laptop
  • Additional space available for purchase — see pricing below
  • Data access from central or departmental computing environments and the desktop
  • The ability to store and protect data acquired from instrumentation
  • The possibility for a group to manage research data and information for the lab
  • File sharing up to DISC Level 2 with researchers anywhere

DartFS is part of Dartmouth’s new “Research Computing Bill of Rights,” an outgrowth of work done by the 2013 Subcommittee of the Council on Computing and the 2015 HPC Taskforce. See more here.

Contact: [email protected]

Pricing for additional storage space

  • Standard Performance: $72/TB/year, with SnapShots* $93/TB/year
  • High Performance (HPC): $134/TB/year, with SnapShots* $185/TB/year
*SnapShots protect your data against accidental deletion/modification by keeping a daily copy for a week, a weekly copy for a month, and a monthly copy for six months.
What is DartFS?
DartFS is the name of the new file system that will be used on all Research Computing HPC resources (Discovery, Andes and Polaris).
DartFS will replace Rstor(AFS) and the Discovery file system (Isilon,NFS) with a single system that will be available to all Research Computing systems as well as users’ desktop Windows, Macintosh and Linux computers.
DartFS is a network-based storage service for documents and files. Each member of Dartmouth’s research community can request a 50GB DartFS private home directory space (named as your Dartmouth NetID). In addition, Dartmouth Faculty members may request a 1TB shared lab space (named using the last name and first initial of the PI, e.g. Prof. Charles Xavier would get a lab share named “XavierC”).


  1. A valid Dartmouth NetID and password;
  2. Request a private home space using the form on rc.dartmouth.edu (Click the Request an account button in the upper right corner);
  3. Faculty can request their shared lab space via email to [email protected] and specify:
    1. Their name and department;
    2. The list of lab members and Dartmouth collaborators they wish to grant access to their space. Collaborators can be added at any time by contacting us;
    3. If known, the initial desired folder structure in the shared space as well as the access to grant each lab member on those initial folders.

Expect the creation and provisioning of the space(s) within 3 business days after submitting the request.

If you are accessing DartFS off-campus, you need to establish a VPN connection prior to connecting to DartFS. See http://tech.dartmouth.edu/its/services-support/help-yourself/knowledge-base/vpn-service-overview for more information.

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Once you have received confirmation that the space(s) was created, see FAQs below for more information about the service.