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Getting a job at Google, one of the most sought-after tech companies, isn't exactly a walk in the park. In fact, sometimes it takes up to 29 interviews! Not only that, they ask some pretty, ahem, interesting questions...
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Last January, U.S. President Obama challenged the nation to train 100,000 high-quality science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) teachers in 10 years. Google in Education decided to answer his call to action and became one of the founding members of a community of action called 100Kin10.
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Earlier today, YouTube added the ability to edit videos with a tool called Magisto. The new tool magically blends together your video clips / raw footage into one relatively seamlessly edited film.
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How did you get your information about heading back to school? Where did you turn to for buying school supplies? If you're like most, at some point you used Google searches. The search giant has released 'back to school' search statistics.
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To honor the 61 of the top 100 universities, Google is offering free access to the U.S. News and World Report rankings right now. Details about the schools and how to get access are inside.
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If you’re looking for the best way to incorporate Google+ into your classroom or simply deciding if the new service is for you, you’re in luck.
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Remember Cliffs Notes? There's a new video on YouTube that is basically like reading Cliffs Notes but without all that, well, reading.
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Do you want a fancy new job? Turns out one of the ways to get it is to drink scotch and grow a mustache. Wait, what?
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Remember that scene in Good Will Hunting where Matt Damon and Robin Williams have a breakthrough moment and hug? Teaching is a tough job but the rewards are enormous.
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Which browser are you using to read this article? Firefox? Chrome? Opera? Camino? If you answered 'Internet Explorer' then you may not want to read about a new study.
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It's hard to keep up with the dozens of Google products available right now. Thankfully, Edudemic guest author Joseph Baker is here to help you figure out the most important ones you should be using right now. Be sure to weigh in with your votes as well!