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Docs Docs keeps everything and everyone on the same page. Add artichokes to a shared shopping list, or put the finishing touches on your business plan from the lobby before the meeting, right from your mobile device. Sheets
Over the last two weeks I've had five occasions to work with teachers to either develop new websites or improve existing websites in Google Sites . Over the course of these workshops I've found that there are five ways that Google Sites are commonly being used in schools. Before you jump to the list, the shameless promotion department at Free Technology for Teachers would like to mention that you should see Google Sites for Teachers if you need help getting started using Google Sites. 5 Ways to Use Google Sites in Schools 1.
Animoto is one of the marvels of Web 2.0. It is a wonderful initiative and a true benefit to teachers and students.
Meograph is a new digital storytelling tool that I wrote about in the spring. At the time it was in a closed beta period. Over the weekend I received an email from its founder informing me that as of today anyone can use Meograph. Meograph provides tools for creating map-based and timeline-based narrated stories. When you watch a Meograph story ( click here to watch one about women's rights in the USA) you will notice that it is very similar to a watching a narrated Google Earth tour. That is because it is based on the Google Maps and the Google Earth browser plug-in.