Google looks to be making the grade with a new tool it unveiled Tuesday that aims to help teachers easily organize assignments and communicate with their students.
Dubbed Classroom, the free tool integrates Google Docs, Drive, and Gmail so that teachers can assign and collect homework paperlessly, communicate with students in and out of class, and organize their curriculum. Classroom will be offered in the Google Apps for Education suite, which provides the usual lineup of email, calendar, and document creation apps but is geared toward students and teachers. (more…)
Below are links to technology websites that you can visit for news, information, updates, reviews and the likes.
AllThingsDigital – The Wall Street Journal’s tech blog hub continues to provide us with hard-hitting, far-reaching news, opinion and commentary on the tech industry.
Anand Tech – If you’re looking for hardcore analysis of news about hardware, this is the site for you. The site covers CPUs, motherboards, mobile and more.
Android-Apps – Created shortly after Google launched the Android platform, this Android-centric site provides daily news about the Android platform and reviews of Android apps, as well as a growing depot of new and old Android Apps that mirrors the Android Market. (more…)
While the new iPad doesn’t include Apple’s Siri virtual assistant — probably for a number of reasons — it does include the speech-to-text Dictation feature. However, Dictation may not be enabled by default, and if it’s not, it’s not at all obvious where to go looking for it. (more…)