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The in's and out's of Google

Megan Green

on 7 May 2010

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Google! History of Google... Founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin named the search engine they built "Google," a play on the word "googol," the mathematical term for a 1 followed by 100 zeros. The name reflects the immense volume of information that exists, and the scope of Google's mission: to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. Google's main office is located in Mountain View, California and they have offices all over the world, including one in Boulder.

**Did You Know?** Did you know that you can find published PowerPoint presentations by typing in a keyword and then entering a space and a "ppt". Search Images! Google US Government Search Google Government Search Google Government Search enables you to search in US Government Databases only. Google Books Google Books Google Books allows you to search :
*In-Copyright and In-Print
*In-Copyright and Out of Print
*Whole books My Library My Library is where you can collect
a set of books for students to use as
references. How to Google Search... Google Lit Trips Google Lit Trips teams up with Google Earth
to show you and your students where their
favortie books took place! Screen Shot from Lit Trips Google Squared Google Squared allows you
to search a certain topic and
gives you your results in a
spreadsheet with columns for
different aspects of the text. Examples Screen If your search isn't
a common one, you may
have to enter some
examples to help out
the search engine. Results from your search Google Historical Voyages and Events This page allows
you to search for
presentations on
historical events. Other Google Searches Google Image Swirl Allows you to group pictures
together and then they are
organized by group. You get
similar images in each group. Results! When you click on
one of the groups
of pictures, you get
a web of similar
images! Google Wonder Wheel You will search as
a regular search, then
you will click on
"Show options..." Once you click
on "Show options"
You will see the
list of options
that Google offers.
Click on Wonder wheel. Results Narrow it down
even more!! Google Timeline Once you have searched
click on "Show Options"
again. Then click on
"Timeline" Results Google Docs You are required to have
a Gmail (Google Mail)
account to use Google Docs. Google Apps
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