On the surface, Google Search seems like a very simplistic tool…but did you know there is much more to it than typing in some keywords and hitting “enter”? In fact, you can use Google to search filetypes, within a url, conversions, current time, flights, and more. Here is an interactive infographic that David Andrade postedRead more about Tips & Tricks for Your Google Search[…]
Google has announced the arrival of its file sharing service, Google Drive. Similar to other cloud file sharing services like Dropbox and Evernote, Google Drive allows users to upload files that are stored in a cloud storage system. These files are then accessible from any device where Google Drive is installed (mobile devices, desktop, laptops,Read more about Introducing Google Drive[…]
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Last month the International Society for Technology in Education Conference was held in Philadelphia. During the conference, there were quite a few presentations focusing on Google Apps for Education– an archive of which is available here. There are some very interesting presentations made by Google employees, as well as certified teachers and trainers, about usingRead more about Google Presentation Archive from ISTE 2011[…]
In case you missed it, Google has announced that they will be releasing their own social networking site. The project, which is called Google+, is currently available on an invitation-only basis and is not yet available to the public. Still, many people have been able to try it and are saying Google+ could be aRead more about Google Plus in the Classroom[…]