Monthly Archives: November 2012

Read&Write for Google

Last March I introduced the Chrome Web Store. At the Google Summit I was introduced to Read&Write for Google.  This is a fantastic Chrome extension for anyone who struggles with reading.  It is a good alternative to Kurzweil, and is … Continue reading

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LANSCHOOL Update

Here are updated instructions on how to set up and begin to use LanSchool.  We expect an upgrade in February which should resolve any black screens that you may see.  Most teachers have been able to use the application even without … Continue reading

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“What Does It Mean To Be Literate in the Age of Google?” Dan Russell

Dan Russell, Über Tech Lead for Search Quality and User Happiness at Google gave this lecture at Princeton in February 2012.  Here is the keynote link.  It is a great question to ask ourselves:  Are we literate?   Think of how … Continue reading

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Google Drive Research Tool

This evening I was putting together a presentation in Google apps, and on the right hand side of my presentation was a new feature of Google that I had not seen before, but had heard about this past weekend from Christopher Craft.  The … Continue reading

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Google Summit: SearchResearch!

This weekend I spent all day Saturday and Sunday at a Google Summit.  It was amazing!  I hope to add a tidbit of what I learned everyday. On Sunday, the keynote speaker was Dan Russell. He works at Google, studies … Continue reading

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