Tablets with Google Play for Education

With tablets and Google Play for Education, teachers can now discover, purchase, and share educational apps, videos, and a selection of top classic books.

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Chromebooks for Education

Chromebooks are fast, portable computers that give students access to the web's rich educational tools & resources. These devices are easy to manage and affordable, starting at $229 and including Google Apps for Education for free.

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Google Apps for Education

Google Apps has all the tools that schools need to be productive, including email, calendar, documents, and more. These tools are free to schools and are built for the web so everyone can work together across any device, anytime.

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Chrome for Education

Deploy Chrome and control 100+ admin policies for your educational institution.

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Chrome Web Store

The Chrome Web Store is an open marketplace for web apps, themes, and Chrome Extensions. Browse, purchase, and install them in your browser.

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Google Apps for Education

Google Apps has all the tools that schools need to be productive, including email, calendar, documents, and more. These tools are free to schools and are built for the web so everyone can work together across any device, anytime.

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Drive

One safe place to store and share all your stuff, including photos, videos, documents and other files that are important to you.

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Docs

Create rich documents with images, tables, equations, drawings, links and more. Gather input and manage feedback with social commenting.

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Sheets

Keep and share lists, track projects, analyze data and track results with our powerful spreadsheet editor. Use tools like advanced formulas, embedded charts, filters and pivot tables to get new perspectives on your data.

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Slides

Create beautiful slides with our presentation editor, which supports embedded videos, animations, dynamic slide transitions and more. Publish your presentations on the web so anyone can view them, or share them privately.

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Sites

Google Sites is a free and easy way to create and share webpages. No HTML skills required!

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Calendar

Help your students and faculty organize their time.

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Forms

Google Forms is a useful tool to help you plan events, send a survey, give students a quiz, or collect other information in an easy, streamlined way.

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Google+

Google+ makes learning more accessible, relevant and collaborative by connecting students, teachers and lifelong learners in a virtual classroom.

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Google Groups

Google Groups is an effective way to participate in online discussions.

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Blogger

Blogger is the free weblog publishing tool from Google, for sharing text, photos and video.

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Moderator

Google Moderator is a tool that helps the world find the best input from an audience of any size.

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Course Builder

An open source Massive Open Online Course platform enabling educators to create and deliver online courses to small or large audiences. Course authoring made easy and scalable. Built to support pedagogical experimentation and courses of all kinds.

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Google Apps Script

Google Apps Script allows educators, administrators and students to write powerful applications and workflows in the cloud to extend, automate, and integrate Google Apps using JavaScript.

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Jam with Chrome

Play music live with your friends online.

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Flubaroo

This free tool integrates with Google Apps to help you quickly grade assignments and assessments, analyze student performance, and share grades.

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Oppia

Create bite-sized interactive online educational activities that give immediate, personalized feedback to learners.

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Going Google Guide

Learn change management best practices for large Google Apps deployments. See case studies from organizations like yours that are going Google.

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Chrome Devices for Edu Planning Guide

This guide is for teachers and administrators evaluating whether to purchase Chrome devices.

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Chrome for Education

Chrome is the fast, free web browser for your phone, computer, or tablet. It comes with admin toolsthat make it easy to deploy and manage.

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YouTube for Teachers

Learn how to use YouTube in the classroom to support teaching and learning. Create or browse playlists from the over 700,000 videos on YouTube EDU.

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Google Accessiblity Tools

Learn about the accessibility features of our products: for blind/low-vision and deaf/hard-of-hearing users.

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Google Enterprise Mobile Admin

Google Enterprise Mobile Admin lets you take care of the most common tasks from anywhere you are. Add users, reset passwords, manage groups, contact support, and view domain setting changes.

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Google Apps Domain Best Practices

A simple guide on best practices for setting up your Google Apps for Education domain.

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Google Vault

Google Vault is an add-on for Google Apps for Education that lets you retain, archive, search, and export your organization's email for your eDiscovery and compliance needs.

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Good to Know

A guide to staying safe and secure online.

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Internet 101

Find out how to chat online, search effectively and more. Explore Internet 101 and learn more about the web and beyond.

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Security and Privacy Tools

With Google, you have a variety of tools that can help keep you safe and keep your information private and secure. Here are some of our most popular tools that help make Google work better for you.

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Teach Parents Tech

View or send short video tutorials of how to do basic computer tasks.

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Keys to the Web

Answering some of the most commonly asked questions about the Internet using simple, everyday items found at home.

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YouTube Safety Center

Tips, tools, and resources for protecting your privacy and staying safe on YouTube.

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20 Things I Learned about Browsers and the Web

A curious guide to browsers and the web.

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Google Cultural Institute

Learn more about historic moments from the last century with photos, manuscripts, archived letters, and first-hand video testimonials.

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Art Project

Explore collections from around the world with thousands of artworks in extremely high resolution, and even create your own gallery!

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World Wonders Project

Discover some of the most famous geographic sites on Earth, powered by Street View technology in partnership with UNESCO

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YouTube EDU

On YouTube EDU, access a broad set of educational videos that range from academic lectures to inspirational speeches and everything in between.

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Search Education

Search is a remarkable tool for connecting with the world’s content and citizens. Materials on the Search Education site can help students of all levels become skilled searchers.

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A Google a Day

Improve your Search skills with this daily puzzle from Google. There's no right way to solve it, but there's only one right answer.

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Google Maps for Education

Google Maps for Education provides access to the world's visual information and resources to help teachers and students explore, create, and collaborate with mapping tools. Explore Earth, Moon, Mars, and even dive into the depths of the oceans.

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Google Street View Gallery

Explore places around the world through 360-degree, panoramic, and street-level imagery. See Mt. Everest, the Grand Canyon, and more.

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Trimble SketchUp

K-12 educators and students from all over the world use SketchUp to explore, explain, and present their ideas using 3D models.

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Google Scholar

Broadly search for scholarly literature across many disciplines and sources like articles, theses, books, abstracts, and court opinions.

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Google Play Books

From timeless classics to bestsellers and now textbooks, choose from the world's largest selection of eBooks and enjoy them anywhere you go -- on your tablet, phone, and the web. Students and teachers get the best eReading experience with dictionary, highlighting, notes and more.

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Google Map Maker

Update geographic information for places you care about most. Your contributions may be visible to the world through Google Maps and Google Earth.

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Google Maps Engine Lite

Create custom maps to share on the web. Map locations from spreadsheets, use layers to organize different content, or even draw places and shapes.

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Google Now

Google Now brings you the right information at just the right time, before you even ask. Cards appear throughout the day just as you need them.

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100,000 Stars

Explore the stellar neighborhood with your browser.

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Ngram Viewer

Enter phrases to see a graph showing the frequency of those words in books over the selected years. Try “telegraph, phone, email” to start.

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Translate

Google's free online language translation service instantly translates text and web pages in over 70 languages.

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Search Engine for K12 Education

A custom search engine that finds high quality K12 educational content by resource type, LRMI meta-data tag s and OER

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Constitute

Constitute is a new digital tool for accessing and browsing the world’s constitutions, searchable by topic and keyword.

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Search Engine for K-12 Computer Science Education

Search for additional materials (such as lessons, tutorials, activities, and videos) to support your K-12 Computer Science class

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Google Developers University Consortium

A vibrant place for discussion and exchange of ideas where you can share and discover course materials, research projects, published papers and more.

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Exploring Computational Thinking

Includes classroom-ready lessons and resources that show how educators can incorporate Computational Thinking into the K-12 curriculum.

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Google App Engine

Google App Engine lets you run web applications on Google's infrastructure so they are easy to build, easy to maintain, and easy to scale. It's free to get started.

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MIT App Inventor

Create your own Android app with this easy to use tool! Learn how to program with a drag and drop interface appropriate for middle school and up.

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Computer Science for High School

With this program, Google partners with universities around the world to bring hands-on CS-related workshops to K-12 teachers.

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White Paper: Women Who Choose Computer Science

Read Google's 2014 study on the factors that most influence young women in high school to pursue degrees in Computer Science.

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Computer Science Outreach Code

These research-based principles are tips for designing and running effective computer science education outreach programs for students.

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Public Data Explorer

The Google Public Data Explorer makes large datasets easy to explore, visualize and communicate.

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Fusion Tables

Bust your data out of its silo! Fusion Tables is an experimental data visualization web application to gather, visualize, and share larger data tables.

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Develop apps for Google

Get started developing apps for Google. Find out more about Google's range of platforms and APIs including Cloud, Android, Chrome, Maps, YouTube, AppsScript, Google+ and Commerce.

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Helpouts by Google

Helpouts is an easy and convenient way to learn. No matter who you are, where you are, you can get instant or scheduled help from a STEM teacher over live video.

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Guide for Technical Development

The Guide for Technical Development is a suggested path for University students to develop their technical skills academically and non-academically through self paced hands-on learning.

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Made with Code

Coding is the new literacy - it carries the potential to create, to innovate, and quite literally change the world. This initiative is designed to inspire millions of girls to experience the power of code.

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