Even More

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Even More

We've set up a Google Moderator to drive this session. Please only submit tools you'd like to discuss with regards to education (for example Picasa, Sketchup, or Google+). 

The tools listed here have not been covered elsewhere in the agenda. Please vote for the tool you'd most like to learn more about - and please feel free to submit "even more" tools if you like. The top 5 tools will be selected as the topic of a round table discussion during the "Even More" segment of the day, which will be run in the "jigsaw" format (where one representative from each team learns about each tool and then returns to their team to share).

As you explore the tool, answer these questions:
  1. What is it? How does it work? What's special about it?
  2. How might it be useful for educators and students?
  3. What else do you want to learn about it?
We recommend setting up shared collaborative notes in a Doc, and then posting a link in the comment section below.

Finally, you will have approximately 2-3 minutes to share what you've learned when you return to your your own team. (Each individual should share in the 20 minutes allotted.)

A growing collection of 47 short tutorials on everything from Google Earth, to Calendar, to Gmail. Listed as one of the top podcasts in the Education and Learning section of iTunesU!



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Google Moderator Allows individuals to share and vote on ideas or suggestions for a group. Great tool for determining review topics, choosing a name for your class pet, etc.  http://google.com/moderator 
Google Custom Search Engine Allows individuals to build a search engine that is optimized to find information on a certain topic. For instance, if you want students to research a history topi, you can limit the results of their search to specific web pages to ensure the quality of results that are returned.  http://google.com/cse 
Google Reader Reader provides a quick and easy way to monitor the content of any web page that offers an RSS feed. This is a great way to keep track of blogs that you want to follow.  http://google.com/reader 
Google Earth 3D views of the earth including high resolution satellite imagery. Enable various layers to enrich the maps even further.  http://earth.google.com 
Google Scholar Search scholarly publications http://google.com/scholar 
Google Body Browser Explore 3D imagery of the human body using the familiar Google Maps/Earth interface http://bodybrowser.googlelabs.com/ 
Google Plus Google+ is a social network that allows you to share with others and meet interesting people. One of the neatest features of Google+ is the hangout feature which allows group video chat, screen sharing, and collaborative document editing.  https://plus.google.com 
Google Books Allows you to search and read portions of millions of books. http://books.google.com 
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