The Google Cultural Institute ... wow .. where did this magical resource pop up from ... a MUST for all history educators and learners ... let your colleagues know.
The Google Cultural Institute helps preserve and promote culture online With a team of dedicated engineers, Google is building tools that make it simple to tell the stories of our diverse cultural heritage and make them accessible worldwide. "We have created this site to provide a visually rich and interactive online experience for telling cultural stories in new ways. Discover exhibits by expert curators, find artifacts, view photographs, read original manuscripts, watch videos, and more."
YouTube brings interactive quizzes to videos with Questions Editor beta This is an opt-in beta for a simple Video Questions Editor on YouTube. Through this editor you can setup multiple questions to be displayed on top of your video during playback that a viewer can answer.
You may have thought that things went quiet over the summer, but there has been a lot of activity going on behind the scenes re the draft ICT Programmes of Study (PoS), culminating in two developments ...
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