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Sometimes you may want to limit your search results to a specific reading level. For instance, a junior high school teacher looking for content for her students or a second-language learner might want web pages written at a basic reading level. A scientist searching for the latest findings from the experts may want to limit results to those at advanced reading levels. Watch the video below to learn more about the reading level tool. Reading level - Web Search Help
5 Ways To Be A Better Public Speaker 7.16K Views 0 Likes If you've been asked to speak at a conference or host a seminar, you may be shaking in your boots. Not only is the thought of speaking in public nerve-wracking, but being in charge of a seminar that no one wants to at...
5 Ways to Use Google Sites in Schools 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.
By Laura Turner Google continues to provide a wealth of useful easy-to-use tools that can be used well in the classroom.
In nearly three years, Google has developed new products, discontinued a few, and offered new features, and more people have found great ways to save time with Google. So we’ve gone and found even more great tips for saving time with Google, and this time around, the list has made it all the way to 181 different tricks. Explore our collection of tricks to find new, faster ways to search, read email, manage your time, and more.
It's Google's world, we're just teaching in it. Now, we can use it a little more easily. With classes, homework, and projects–not to mention your social life–time is truly at a premium for all teachers, so why not take advantage of the wide world that Google has to offer? From super-effective search tricks to Google tools specifically for education to tricks and tips for using Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Calendar, these tricks will surely save you some precious time. Search Tricks
This morning Google announced the release of a new way to view images in Google Maps. 3D Photo Tours on Google Maps is a collection of public Panoramio and Picasa images of famous landmarks arranged into 3D panoramic tours. You can take a tour of places like the Grand Canyon, Buckingham Palace, and Fenway Park. New 3D Photo Tours on Google Maps
Google Forms - More Than Just Multiple Choice
Presentations in Google Docs One of the few drawbacks to using Google Docs to create presentations has always been a lack of transition and animation options. Today, Google addressed that issue by introducing a new set of Google Docs presentation tools .
Google Across the Curriculum This afternoon at the Washington Library Media Association's annual conference I facilitated a three hour workshop on using Google products in schools. As I promised to all attendees, below I have posted the slides from today's workshop. Within the slides you will find links to how-to's and activities for introducing yourself and others to a variety of Google's great products. As always, feel free to use the activities and slides with your colleagues and students.
Productivity Tips To increase efficiency, it helps to add any commonly-accessed websites, such as the Google eBookstore or Google Docs, to the home screen as a bookmark. This allows the shortcut to show up as an app icon, taking users directly where they need to go. To do this, tap the share button at the top of the screen and choose Add to Home Screen .
Earth User Guide for the iPad - Google Earth Help This user guide describes Google Earth for the iPad. Welcome to Google Earth, on the go! With this application, your iPad becomes a window to anywhere, allowing you to view the entire planet in detail. You can also display additional content . In this document, the term "mobile device" refers to the iPad.
The Google Earth Blog recently started a new series of posts called Google Earth A to Z. Each post will explain an aspect of Google Earth that begins with a different letter of the alphabet. Today's post is about Borders and Buildings in Google Earth. Google Earth A to Z