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Smartphones and apps are the pinnacle of buzzwords when it comes to education. You can't swing an app without hitting a smartphone...or something. So what's all the buzz about? Are smartphones really that big a deal in education?
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The online versus offline education debate rages on with a new infographic. It offers an overview of the current state of cheating in online schools. Before you scroll down, ask yourself if you think more or less stud...
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Want to make your website look better for smartphone users? In the coming years, most visitors to your site are going to be on phones and tablets, so it might be good to check out Google's new 'Go Mo' service that gives you a snazzy mobile design.
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As new technology emerges, out goes the old. So, in their usual fashion, Google is doing some spring cleaning. They're shutting down 5 under-performing services and some of these might surprise you.
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Google is no longer just a search engine. With a world of apps, world-beating email, an online productivity suite, and a mobile operating system, keeping up with all of the potential is a challenge. Here are 181 ways to get started.
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Instead of sitting back and waiting for Apple or Google to churn out the software we want, why not learn how to build it yourself? Even if you're totally new to coding or words like 'development' scare you, fear not.
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Chromebook is a essentially a laptop computer that runs Google's proprietary web browser, Chrome as its operating system. This makes it simple, fast, cloud-based, and inexpensive to buy and maintain. In terms of features and software, that's it. But of course there's more to the story.
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Google Chrome > Internet Explorer by many measures, but now in terms of popularity too. The grandfather of web browsers has been supplanted by a young upstart from Google according to StatCounter. StatCou...
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I've been completely obsessed with Google's new mini-site devoted to finding better ways to incorporate proper web searches into the classroom. Dubbed 'Search Education,'Google's new site has an array of lesson plans, videos, concept maps, and other tools designed to help any educator properly integrate Google.
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Are you looking to connect with educators, learn from technology experts, and not leave the comfort of your classroom or home? Then you'll want to set aside some time this Wednesday to attend the first-ever Google-sponsored 'Education On Air' online conference.
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Social media resources like Google Plus offer a great opportunity for growth in education through collaborative work, communication, and camaraderie. Many of today’s universities have recognized this incredible potential, and have put G+ to work on campus.
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We're chomping at the bit to get our grimy little hands on the new Google Drive. We wrote about it in our March issue of the Edudemic Magazine, featured it a couple weeks ago, and now want to start figuring out how the basically-real tool will help teachers around the planet.
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With the many different types of technology kids are exposed with today, teachers are trying to keep up in their classrooms. Many teachers have used laptops, iPods, iPads and numerous software applications to keep students engaged in their lessons.