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A brief presentation on what you can find under the Google links "More" and "Even More"

A brief presentation on what you can find under the Google links "More" and "Even More"
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  • 1. More-Even More NJECC November 2009 Samantha Morra Montclair Public Schools
  • 2. Google Trivia When did Google become a verb?
  • 3. When did Google become a verb?
    • First recorded use was on July 8, 1998 by Larry Page, one of the founders of Google. 
    •      He wrote "Have fun and keep googling!"
    • Most useful word of 2002-American Dialect Society
    • June, 2006 Officially added to the Oxford English Dictionary
  • 4. What did we do B.G.
  • 5. Even More   Preferences
  • 6. More Even More
  • 7. Even More
  • 8. Even More This is where you can download:
  • 9. Even More   Search Features
  • 10. Even More   Translate
  • 11. Even More   Translate
  • 12. Even More   Google Labs Google FastFlip
  • 13. Signing In  
    • For some of the best services you need to sign in. Docs Sites Calendar iGoogle You do not need a Gmail account to sign in.  Any email address can be you username. Settings
    •   Dashboard
  • 14. Even More   Calendar
  • 15. Even More   Calendar-Sync
  • 16. Even More   Calendar
  • 17. Even More   iGoogle
  • 18. Even More   iGoogle
    • Personalize iGoogle  
    • Themes  
    • Gadgets-Add Stuff
      • Gmail
      • FaceBook
      • Box of Links
      • Days Since
      • Twitter Gadget
      • Google Docs 
      • Google Forms
  • 19.
    • When I started teaching technology:   "Technology is a tool for gathering, organizing and communicating information."  
    • This is still true, but our information landscape has changed.   We need tools to manage all of this information.   
    • So, "Have fun, and keep googling."