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Voice Dictation – Type with your VoiceAmit Agarwal introduces Dictation, a web app that uses Google Speech Recognition to transcribe your spoken words into text
X-Ray Goggles Help Students See How Webpages Are Made
Richard Byrne provides a guide to using X-Ray Goggles to see the web.
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01/10/201731/10/2017MIT-designed Chrome Extension Fixes Your Twitter Filter BubbleResearchers at MIT have created a new Chrome extension that changes your Twitter feed to that of someone with different political views.
Google's new Pixelbook is a $1000 Chromebook you'll actually want
Karissa Bell unboxes the new Pixelbook.
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The 5 stages of Chromebook acceptanceDan Ackerman documents what he deems are the five stages of Chromebook adoption
10 Multimedia Things you can do on a Chromebook
Chris Betcher summarises ten amazing web-based tools that provide users with a surprising amount of rich media functionality in the browser.
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Now Enjoy Android Apps On Google's Chrome OSKumar Rahul provides a review of the beta Chrome OS that provides access to Android Apps on Chromebook.
Read&Write Assistive Technology App
Richard Bryne discusses some of the benefits of the Read and Write extension, including the free access for educators.
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New Chromebook FeaturesMiguel Guhlin discusses some of new features associated with Chromebooks, including access to apps such as Explain Everything.Use More Tab
Alice Keeper discusses all the different uses of the tab key.
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Chromando Training: Google Chrome TipsJR Ginex-Orinion provides a number of tips and resources associated with Chrome, including a useful collection of tweaks and tips.
QR Code Generators and Readers for Chromebooks
Richard Bryne provides some options for reading QR codes with a Chromebook
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Active listening apps on Chromebooks foster future skillsMichael F. Opitz shares two applications, Fluency Tutor and Listenwise, designed to support fluency and comprehension.
Mercury Reader Chrome Extension
Richard Byrne discusses Mercury Reader, an extension designed to support distraction free reading.
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When Extensions Go BadA cautionary tale from John Sowash on the hidden dangers associated with extensions and the access that they have to our information.
Seven Summarization Tools for Students
Eric Curts collects together a number of tools to support the summarisation of information
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Chrome Omnibox Tips and TricksSteve Wick provides a useful summary of what is possible within the Omnibox.
How to Match Colors Using ColorPick Eyedropper
Richard Byrne outlines ColorPick Eyedropper, a Chrome extension that allows you select a color from a webpage.
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12 Ways to Create Videos On ChromebooksRichard Byrne updates his list, adding Know Lounge to the collection applications available on the Chromebook to support the creation of videos.
Chrome Extensions to Help You Stay Focused
Richard Byrne provides a list of Chrome extensions that might help you remain on task if you spend long hours working online or if you tend to get easily distracted.
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Reducing power consumption for background tabsStarting in version 57, Chrome will throttle individual background tabs by limiting the timer fire rate for background tabs using excessive power.
Using Android Apps on Chromebooks
Eric Curts goes through some tips and tricks assocaited with using Android Apps on a Chromebook.
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Free & Easy Green Screen Editing – How to Make Transparent BackgroundsLarissa Aradj provides a Chrome workflow for generating transparent backgrounds to use in a green screen.
ll Canberra secondary public school students to get Chromebook in 2018
Emily Baker discusses the the news that off 2018 every public school student from year 7 to 11 will receive an Acer Chromebook when school returns next year.
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X-Ray Goggles Help Students See How Webpages Are MadeRichard Byrne provides a guide to using X-Ray Goggles to see the web.
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Google's new Pixelbook is a $1000 Chromebook you'll actually wantKarissa Bell unboxes the new Pixelbook.
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10 Multimedia Things you can do on a ChromebookChris Betcher summarises ten amazing web-based tools that provide users with a surprising amount of rich media functionality in the browser.
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Read&Write Assistive Technology AppRichard Bryne discusses some of the benefits of the Read and Write extension, including the free access for educators.
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Use More TabAlice Keeper discusses all the different uses of the tab key.
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QR Code Generators and Readers for ChromebooksRichard Bryne provides some options for reading QR codes with a Chromebook
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Mercury Reader Chrome ExtensionRichard Byrne discusses Mercury Reader, an extension designed to support distraction free reading.
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Seven Summarization Tools for StudentsEric Curts collects together a number of tools to support the summarisation of information
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How to Match Colors Using ColorPick EyedropperRichard Byrne outlines ColorPick Eyedropper, a Chrome extension that allows you select a color from a webpage.
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Chrome Extensions to Help You Stay FocusedRichard Byrne provides a list of Chrome extensions that might help you remain on task if you spend long hours working online or if you tend to get easily distracted.
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Using Android Apps on ChromebooksEric Curts goes through some tips and tricks assocaited with using Android Apps on a Chromebook.
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ll Canberra secondary public school students to get Chromebook in 2018Emily Baker discusses the the news that off 2018 every public school student from year 7 to 11 will receive an Acer Chromebook when school returns next year.
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EquatIO adds the power of @Desmos to turn your Math Classroom into a Paperless ParadiseJeffrey Bradbury explores a paperless Maths classroom with a focus on the integration of Desmos’s graphing calculator into EquatIO.
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Chrome Has a Malware Problem, and Google Needs to Fix ItPaul Wagenseil looks at the current problem with Chrome and the rise in malicious extensions.
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25 G Suite Add-ons & Chrome Extensions for Teachers & StudentsRichard Byrne documents 25 of his top add-ons and extensions.
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Chrome will start blocking annoying website redirectsJacob Kastrenakes explains how over the next couple months, the browser will start blocking various types of annoying, unwanted redirects, where a website or ad suddenly loads a new page, either because it’s been hijacked by a bad ad or because it intentionally wants to force visitors to see one.
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Creating Folders and Subfolders to Organize Chrome Bookmark BarBeth Still provides a video that walks through how to create folders and subfolders on your bookmark bar to reclaim even more space in your browser.
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Whisper by EdTechTeamChris Craft introduces Whisper, a free Chrome extension that lets teachers message their class as whole or individual students without interrupting the work. Notifications show up on the student machine as a browser notification that can be viewed in the moment or any time later.
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Awesome Android Apps for ChromebooksEric Curts builds on an early post to provide a list of useful Android applications to use with Chromebooks.
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Webcam Snapshot Chrome ExtensionAlice Keeler introduces a new Chrome extension that allows you to use your webcam to take images and save them to Google Drive.
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5 FAQs About Whisper for Google ClassroomRichard Byrne provides a short run-down of the questions most frequently asked about Whisper.
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What Chrome's Incognito Mode is Actually for, Explained by a Google ExecJoe McGauley speaks with Darin Fisher to provide a firsthand take on how people should be using incognito mode and what people shouldn't be expecting it to do for them.
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Google collects Android users’ locations even when location services are disabledKeith Collins demonstrates how Google was apparently collecting cell tower data from all modern Android devices to supposedly improve speed and communication.
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Microsoft Office Lands on Chromebooks EverywhereRobby Payne announces the rollout of Microsoft Office to Chromebooks via Android apps.
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Staggering Variety of Clandestine Trackers Found in Popular Android AppsYael Grauer documents how researches at Yale Privacy Lab and French nonprofit Exodus Privacy have uncovered the proliferation of tracking software on smartphones, finding that weather, flashlight, ride-sharing, and dating apps, among others, are infested with dozens of different types of trackers collecting vast amounts of information to better target advertising.
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Mobile Learning with Google – GTT032Kasey Bell and Matt Miller explore the some of the affordances associated with various Google mobile applications.
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Education on Air: Work Smarter: Productivity and AutomationChris Betcher shows you a range of productivity ideas including gesture techniques, tab management, keyboard shortcuts and automation extensions.
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Coding with ChromebooksKern Kelley explains why coding is so powerful and provides a number of options to get started when using a Chromebook.
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How to add grid lines to Google SlidesEric Curts shows how to use the MB-Ruler extension to add grid lines to Google Slides (or any web tool) to help divide up your canvas when creating image and shapes, or when laying out objects.
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How To Avoid Getting Tracked As You Browse The WebDavid Nield provides some strategies for protecting your identity and data on line, including various add-ons and additional services.
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Fit More Bookmarks into Chrome's Bookmark BarTony Vincent provides a graphic explaining how removing the title associated with bookmarks allows you to fit more.
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Screenshade: An Extension from EdTechTeamChris Craft introduces Screenshade, an extension which allows users to cover a portion of the screen and reveal it after a certain time.
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Five Tools for Creating Animations on ChromebooksRichard Byrne summarises five options for creating an animation on a Chromebook.
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10 Excellent Extensions for ChromeEric Curts highlights ten Chrome extensions worth checking out.
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How To Browse The Web As Anonymously As Possible - 2017 EditionThe team at Pixel Privacy have collected a number of strategies to support users with online privacy and security. There are quite a few tips associated with Chrome and Mobile operating systems.
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Seven Ways to Create Screencasts on ChromebooksWith the addition of Screencast-O-Matic, Richard Byrne highlights seven tools that teachers and students can use to create screencast videos on their Chromebooks.
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Fun Ways to Use Book Creator in the ClassroomWith the arrival of Book Creator to Chromebooks, Holly Clark documents a number of possibilities for the classroom.
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Chrome OS, Not Android, Is Probably The Future Of Google TabletsWith the addition of Android to Chromebooks, Alex Cranz suggests that Chrome OS may be the domanent operating system for Google tablets moving forward.
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Clean out your browser extensionsIan O'Byrne argues that one of the best ways to mitigate risk is to regularly clear out your browser extensions that you don’t regularly use.
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Chrome is turning into the new Internet Explorer 6Tom Warren says that Microsoft might have celebrated the death of Internet Explorer 6, but if Google isn’t careful then it might just resurrect an ugly era of the internet where “works best with Chrome” is a modern nightmare.
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How To Set A Default User In ChromePatrick Lucas Austin explains how to set a default user with Chrome.
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Chrome extensions galore!Matt Miller facilitated a chat associated with Chrome extensions, with teachers sharing their perspective.
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Another round of click-fraud extensions pulled from Chrome StoreRichard Chirgwin reports that Icebrg's Justin Warner and Mario De Tore have claimed that a cumulative half a million Chrome users have been hit by four malicious browser extensions pushing click and SEO fraud.
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Taking Notes on a Touchscreen - Three Options ComparedRichard Byrne compares Zoho Notebook, OneNote and Google Keep for taking notes on a touchscreen.
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How Google Fights Password ThievesKate Conger sheds some light on how Google accounts become compromised, as well as how Google finds new ways to fight back.
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Manage Multiple Google AccountsAlice Keeler provides a quick reminder on the importance of adding multiple accounts to the browser.
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Nasty New Chrome And Firefox Addons Won't Let You Uninstall ThemLogan Booker explains that viruses don't want to be removed, so the nastier ones will fight to stay put by disabling protection software, cloaking their presence and even generating fake windows and dialog boxes to give you a bum steer.
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Try These 5 Keyboard ShortcutsAlice Keeler provides an array of shortcuts for Windows, Mac and Chromebooks.
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All types of Chromebooks for all types of learnersCyrus Mistry discusses the release of a new generation of Chromebooks, as well as ways that they are being integrated with STEAM.
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“Ok Google, read my book”... Introducing audiobooks on Google PlayWith audiobooks on Google Play, rolling out today in 45 countries and nine languages, you can turn your time stuck in traffic, on the treadmill, or waiting in line into reading time.
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The Chromebook Creativity Project - Jump inAndy Losik has started an attempt to collate all the creative applications available for use on Chromebook.
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HTTP still under attackDave Winer collects together a number of concerns associated with Google's push to HTTPS, including the cost on the web of such a decision, as well as the possibilities of other solutions to solve the problem of security.
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The @TeacherCast Top 21 Favorite Chrome Extensions for Classroom Teachers and School LeadersJeff Bradbury's short list of favorite Chrome Apps and Extensions.
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CheckMark v1.0Chris Craft announces an update to Checkmark, allowing users to customise the comments, as well as save a version to Drive so that they can be accessed on multiple computers.
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Chrome Lets Hackers Phish Even 'Unphishable' Yubikey UsersAndy Greenberg repors on a flaw that allows hackers source a Yubikey using WebUSB
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Song MakerGoogle has release a new web app in the musiclab that allows you to make a short loop involving both a keyboard and precussion.
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Got Chromebooks? Student Help Desk SupportAustin Houp discusses how he set up a student help desk as a part of the district-wide Chromebook rollout.
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Previewing Android PGoogle has releaseed the first developer preview of Android P, the newest version of Android.
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3 Website Tricks Using Chrome's Developer ToolsChrome's Developer Tools are great for diagnosing or fixing problems with websites, Logan Booker unpacks three: reveal form passwords, delete obtrusive elements, as well as inspect cookies and local storage variables. -- even if you're not a web developer
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Moving Your Passwords From Google Chrome To A Dedicated App Just Got A Lot EasierPatrick Lucas Austin explains how to download a CSV of all your logins that can then be used to upload to a third-party password manager.
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A Cool Kaizena UpdateKaizena have updated the way they handle voice comments, by improving the speed and providing the ability to record ever if your wi-fi drops out.
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Mute YouTubeAlice Keeler explains how to mute tabs in Google Chrome to stop audio from automatically playing.
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GSFE Admin Podcast #20 featuring Cyrus MistryIn this episode featuring Cyrus Mistry from Google, the panel discuss the development of Chromebooks over time and the steps involved in bringing a new feature to market.
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The first Chrome OS tablet is here Jacob Kastrenakes suggests at $329, the Tab 10 is somewhat more expensive than other Chromebooks, which often start below $300. But if schools are looking for something like an iPad, Acer has just given them an option.
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Goo.gl Is Being Shut Down - 5 AlternativesRichard Byrne discusses five options to goo.gl which is being shutdown.
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ReCall Study Time - An Extension to Get You Back on TaskRichard Byrne discusses a a Chrome extension designed to help you stop wasting time on social media sites and get back on task.
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3 Screencastify Features You (Probably) Didn’t Know AboutJake Miller provides guidance on three useful features assocaited with Screencastify, including the ability to adjust the webcam on the screen, activate various cursor effects and switch tabs while recording.
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The Getting Started Guide for Touchscreen Chromebooks in the ClassroomTom Mullaney introduces a number of possibilities to draw and annotate using the new touchscreen Chromebooks.
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18 Free Image Sites and Tools for SchoolsEric Curts provides a long list of sites and add-ons to find free images to use when working with GSuite.
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5 things you can do with Chrome Browser to increase employee productivityPhilippe Rivard highlights five features of Chrome in the workplace, including syncing across devices, safe browsing, blocking of intrusive ads, deploying a standardised homepage and pre-install apps and extensions.
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Microsoft claims to make Chrome safer with new extensionPeter Bright reports that Chrome already provides effective protection against malicious sites, but Microsoft believes it can do a better job. It has released a Chrome plugin, Windows Defender Browser Protection, that brings its own anti-phishing protection to Google's browser.
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Cultivating Chromebook Creativity in SchoolsJonathan Wylie provides an extensive collection of applications available on a Chromebook to support creativity in schools.
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5 Steps to a Podcast Using SoundtrapAlice Keeler provides a basic workflow for recording a collaborative podcast on the web using Soundtrap.
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Time to celebrate the 2018 Google Play Award nomineesPurnima Kochikar summarises the nominees for the 2018 Google Play Awards.
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Yes, Kinder CAN Use Chromebooks!Kasey Bell provides a review of Christine Pinto's new book on using Chromebooks in the early years.
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EquatIO: Add Math to Google Slides FROM PAPERAlice Keeler explains how to capture written equations using EquatIO mobile, a premium feature of EquatIO, but free for teachers.
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