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Doug Butchy

Welcome to Flubaroo - 23 views

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    Easy to use tool for setting up automatic grading of quizzes created in Google Docs
Jennifer Dorman

gmapcatcher - Project Hosting on Google Code - 16 views

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    GMapCatcher is an offline maps viewer. It downloads tiles automatically from many providers such as: CloudMade, OpenStreetMap, Yahoo Maps, Google Map. It displays them using a custom GUI. User can view the maps while offline. GMapCatcher doesn't depend on google-map's java scripts so it should work even if google changes them. It also provides a downloading tool.
Jennifer Dorman

YouTube - SearchStories's Channel - 11 views

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    Every search is a quest. Every quest is a story. These videos show that anyone can do anything when paired with the power of search. View and create your own Google Search Story.
Jennifer Dorman

Going Paperless - A Collective Brainstorm - 23 views

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    I love this idea - public Google Doc with ideas for going paperless in the classroom.
Jennifer Dorman

newsmap - powered by Google - 14 views

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    Really cool visualization of trending news topics organized by theme and geographic location
Dean Mantz

Google Earth Outreach - 13 views

  • Spreadsheet Mapper 2.0 We've improved our Spreadsheet Mapper tool! Some of the new features include:
Jennifer Dorman

Official Google Docs Blog: New Features in Forms - 0 views

  • You can now quickly gather responses for a group of similar questions in a new, compact grid format. The new grid question type allows you to label a few columns and create as many rows as you like.
Jennifer Dorman

KMLFactBook - 0 views

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    KmlFactBook is a unique site which lets you load data sets from CIA Factbook and WRI Earthtrends into Google Maps and create cool presentations from them. You can view facts such as population of various countries, their GDP, immigration rate and a lot more on Google Maps and on Google Earth. If you would like to view the data offline then you can download it in kml format and open it with the desktop version of Google Earth.
Jennifer Dorman

Four places that import your Google Notebooks | Webware - CNET - 0 views

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    Four options to help fill the void left by Google Notebook: Zoho Notebook Ubernote Diigo Evernote
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