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Dean Mantz

instaGrok | A new way to learn - 10 views

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    Very interesting and resource rich visual search engine. It will even filter searches. 
Dean Mantz

Google Custom Search - Image Appropriate Sites - 20 views

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    Custom search engine for finding image appropriate sites.
Fred Delventhal

Welcome to Schoolr. The only resource you'll need. - 25 views

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    Google, Dictionary.com,Thesaurus.com, Wikipedia, Acronym Finder, NCSU, unitconversion, Bablefish, and Wolfram-Alpha. Click on the MORE link for more options.
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    Schoolr would like to thank the Reference.com family, Google, Wikipedia, Acrnonym Finder, Urban Dictionary, Altavista Babel Fish, SparkNotes, NCSU, and unitconversion for their great resources.
Mary Phillips

Sweet Search - 15 views

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    Every Web site in SweetSearch has been evaluated by our research experts.
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    Great search engine that has weeded out a lot of the junk (and advertising) found in a plain Google search. Cool tool! Also will link to your Google Docs account and add your research to a document.
Jennifer Dorman

Google Squared - 4 views

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    Visualize search results a whole new way with Google Squared. Export your search results and data to a Google Spreadsheet.
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    Google Squared takes a category and creates a starter 'square' of information, automatically fetching and organizing facts from across the web. This could be used for vocabulary lists (it includes an image and description and you can add custom columns) or other types of research. Finished squares can be downloaded as .csv or to Google Spreadsheet.>Google Squared#gbar{float:left;height:22px}.gbh,.gbd{border-top:1px solid #c9d7f1;font-size:1px}.gbh{height:0;position:absolute;top:24px;width:100%}#gbs,.gbm{background:#fff;left:0;position:absolute;text-align:left;visibility:hidden;z-index:1000}.gbm{border:1px solid;border-color:#c9d7f1 #36c #36c #a2bae7;z-index:1001}#guser{padding-bottom:7px !important;text-align:right}#gbar,#guser{font-size:13px;padding-top:1px !important}.gb1,.gb3,.gb3i,.gb3f{zoom:1;margin-right:.5em}.gb2,.gb2i,.gb2f{display:block;padding:.2em .5em}a.gb1,a.gb2,a.gb3,a.gb4{color:#00c !important}.gb2i,.gb3i,.gb4i{color:#dd8e27 !important}.gb2f,.gb4f,#gb5{color:#900 !important}.gb2,.gb2i,.gb2f,.gb3,.gb3i,.gb3f{text-decoration:none}a.gb2:hover{background:#36c;color:#fff !important}
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    This has great possibilities for vocabulary lists. :)
Jennifer Dorman

ChaCha. Good Answer. - 0 views

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    Call ChaCha from your cell phone, leave a question on the voicemail, and ChaCha finds your answer.
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