You may have noticed that when you're on a computer on campus, you have several different network drives, such as P:, T: and S:.
When you're logged into MyAU as a Faculty or Staff, you do not have all of these drives listed, but just two AU options: AU Home Directory and AU Shared Folders.
First, the AU Home Directory is the same as your P: drive. It is the home directory tied to your user and only you have access to these files. All the files in this folder will be accessible from within MyAU through AU Home Directory or through the P: drive folder of an AU computer on campus when you're logged in.
The AU Shared Folders on MyAU contains all of the shared folders that you have access to (including anything in your T:, S:, or J: drives).
The folder that you would normally call the T: drive is a folder within the AU Shared Folders directory on MyAU. It is typically named with a 3 or 4 letter alias for the department you work in. For example, if you are in the ITS department, you would open the AU Shared Folders directory in MyAU Webstorage and navigate to the ITS folder. For Biology it is BIOL, for Communications COMM etc.
Note: The directories on MyAU point directly to the servers that house the files in your network drives. If you save a file in one place, it will be accessible in the other.