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Replicate the experience of reading (and creating) a book, electronically. [...] »

Print documents free of ads, hyperlinks, and other visual clutter. [...] »

Create a safe, collaborative online community for students. [...] »

Keep track of and share notes with this tool for teachers or students. [...] »

Put the past next to the present with this photo-sharing and mapping tool. [...] »

Students of all ages can create their own virtual pop-up books with ZooBurst. [...] »

Go beyond Google Search with this free guide to Google services. [...] »

Discover a new world of teaching possibilities with portable tablet computers. [...] »

Develop graphic organizers, charts, and other visualizations collaboratively. [...] »

Annotate and highlight useful websites, then share your comments with others. [...] »