Google Maps Mania is a blog that highlights the different ways Google Maps and Google Earth mashups are trending, and the educational value that they have.
Tom Barrett has created a series of Google Presentations that can provide valuable insight into a wealth of possible technology tools for the classroom.
Google Flu Trends tracks the flu across the globe by using data from search queries to track where the flu is most intense.
The Earth and Space Science QUEST site includes a great collection of lessons that utilize Google Earth.
Google Moderator allows for discussion around a single topic. Designed for meetings, this tool facilitates real-time feedback in meetings (like classrooms), or crowdsourcing the development of new ideas.
If you are someone who wonders what Google Docs is all about, Google has just launched a Google Docs Demo Site that allows you to create a document, spreadsheet or drawing without registering for an account.
Everyone knows nuclear weapons are deadly. Ground Zero makes the destruction hit home, semi-literally.
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