So I was thinking about other ways Google or Google related products can support science, teachers, and all power learners. Here is what I came up with.
Google Chrome users have the wonderful advantage of the Chrome Web Store and Chrome Apps. Here are some science related gems:
- BioDigital Human is an outrageous visual tour of the human body that includes includes annotated screenshots, a quiz engine, and a number custom options.
- Spongelab is a great community of global science folks with engaging interactive games, multimedia, animations, visualizations, and teaching tools.
- GeoGebra is a great tool for interactive worksheets helping both math and science educators.
- The Web Lab from Chrome Web Experiments is a collection sharing the magic of the web and how it works. Awesome for science, art, music and more!
A few more resources:
- Google Science Fair is an annual event and the 2012 winners can be seen here.
- Watch to prepare for the flu this year? Stay in tune with Google Flu Trends and stock up on tissues - maybe Google Offers will have a flu season deal.
- And of course there are endless learning options in the K-12 directory of YouTube EDU.
Please share any other Google tools in the comments!