TOP 10 GOOGLE TRICKS FOR TEACHERSBY: Danny Moran
http://hotbutteredit.com/google/using-the-google-toolbar-for-convert-units-of-measure/27 NUMBER 10Hot butter allows you to convert measures with the click of a mouse. Convert “gallon to liter” and get 3.78 liters.Fast and EasyGreat for school and home.
http://www.parhelia-tools.com/products/gcb/googlechrome.aspx NUMBER 9Google Chrome holds personal data like history, bookmarks, etc. Everything is done with one click. Great if you use more than one computer. Ever have favorites on your computer at home and wish you had them on your work computer as well. Now you can.
http://translate.google.com/# NUMBER 8Google translate.Fast and accurate translation. Can be single works or entire sentences. Great for students in Spanish.
http://www.brighthub.com/internet/google/articles/12650.aspx NUMBER 7Bright hub VideoAdding video to your Power Point slides has never been easier. Enhances your presentation and keeps students attention.
http://www.dumblittleman.com/2009/09/6-smart-gmail-tricks-to-help-you-get.html NUMBER 6Smart Gmail Tricks Adds all those hotmail, yahoo and student email accounts into one. Now you don’t have to go from account to account. Just check one and you’re done. Great time saver.
http://mail.google.com/mail/help/tasks/#hl=en&utm_source=us-en-et-gmailninja&utm_medium=et&utm_campaign=en-gmailninja NUMBER 5NO MORE STICKY NOTES ON YOUR COMPUTER SCREEN.Google Tasks keeps track of your to do list. Task and due dates will appear on your computer, cell or email.
http://books.google.com/googlebooks/midterms.html NUMBER 4Dig deeper appears at the top left of the page of a book, clicking this link will give you helpful information such as the table of contents, related books and a map of places mentioned in the book. Great for research papers.
http://techie-buzz.com/tips-and-tricks/how-to-create-free-online-survey-forms.html NUMBER 3Free Online Survey lets you create online surveys with just 4 easy steps. This is great for doing research projects. Especially if you are looking for a worldwide survey, and not just local.
http://scholar.google.com/ NUMBER 2Use this specialized Google search to get results from scholarly literature such as peer-reviewed papers, thesis, and academic publishers. You have to check this one out. Great for research papers. Especially for those pesky college papers.
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http://googlesystem.blogspot.com/2008/09/google-chrome-tips.html NUMBER 1Just for those of us who have those occasional OOPS! Ever accidentally close a tab you didn’t want to? BlogSpot allows you to reopen those tabs. Great timesaver. Especially for those of us that just added Foxfire. After you added it, how many times did you accidentally close a tab you didn’t want to? Now be honest.