Google Drive has a variety of built-in tools that can support every part of your research process, from a reflection essay, to a group project, to a Div III. You can integrate doing research into the process of writing, easily centralize your reading notes, and more. Check out these tools to make research easier with Google Drive:
The Explore Tool in Google Drive makes it easy to centralize different parts of the research and writing process. Explore is a side pane that pops up in-document, allowing you to:
Check out these more in-depth guides and tutorials on how you can use the Explore Tool to support your process!
You can use Google Forms to collect a lot of different kinds of information, and have the option of exporting and storing all this information in an Google Sheet that automatically updates every time a new response is recorded. One of the useful ways to use this function is to create "notecards" for your readings.