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It's not just Google developing the future of automobile travel. Oxford University has just shed some light on the self-driving cars a team of scientists is developing.
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Choosing between the iPad or Chromebook leads one to ask many questions. EdTechTeacher's Beth Holland attempts to answer a few.
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Google Chromebooks are quickly becoming one of the go-to resources for cash-strapped school districts, innovative teachers, and students who need something a bit more than an iPad.
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Do you know the date that Google Image Search started? These and other remarkable inventions are all part of the evolution of Google search.
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It's the start of a new year and that means there's infinite possibilities that lay before you. But you can't move forward without arming yourself with the best free web tools and apps.
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It's time to discuss Android in schools. The Google platform is here to stay and seeing more activations than Apple. Coming to a classroom near you!
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Want to find a classroom to skype with? Look no further than the new Edudemic directory designed to connect you with the rest of the world!
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There's a lot of learning models in use right now. So what are the biggest ways students actually use technology?
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How do you make students better online researchers? By understanding how they can and should use Google, of course!
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It's easy to see how a free tool that connects you to your students can be helpful. But Google+ is not something you simply pick up and assume everyone knows how to use. In fact, I'd recommend making sure everyone you want to speak with actually has an account first!
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If you're on the east coast like we are, you've got a pit in your stomach about Hurricane Sandy. It's shaping up to be brutal and there's talk of widespread power outages and dangerous flooding and winds. In an effort to keep everyone safe, Google has created a very useful 'Crisis Map' that shows plenty of relevant information about the storm's trajectory, details about it, radar views, cloud cover, and more.
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Looking for the best cloud computing software for your school? What about a way to remotely store homework and other assignments? It's time to figure out which web 2.0 tool is right for you!
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Ever wonder who you email most frequently? What about the longest conversation threads you've had? A new tool built using Google's App Scripts lets you understand exactly what's happening in your Gmail inbox right now. Who knows, it may actually help you manage your time a bit better!