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The Top 5 Chrome App Extensions for Researching and Writing

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Are you looking for new ways to leverage your Chromebooks for easier and better research and writing? Do you wish your students could invest more critical thinking time in their writing, rather than worrying over incorrect formatting of bibliographies? If so, then this session is for you. Join Dawn Berkeley as she shares several Google Chrome apps and extensions that can help facilitate the researching and writing process. In addition to showing how to access and use each app, she we will provide suggestions for using them in the classroom.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, September 30, 2017 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Google Chromebooks, Reading & Writing
Tags: Chromebooks, Extensions, Google Chrome Apps, mobile, Researching, Writing

Reviews (31)

Full Member
Apps/extensions seem easy to use, but our students don't have access to google accounts. I found read/write extension for pc, but it's not free. Looking for one that allows for collaborative revisions and citations- that kids can access for free. But I really enjoyed your presentation- thank you!
Full Member
Very informative! I've learned a lot from your presentation Thank you!
Full Member
Great information to help with my students' learning.
Full Member
I'm going to try SAS Cirriculum
Basic Member
Awesome presentation
Full Member
I enjoyed learning of the new apps and research tools. My students are getting ready to do research so this was so timely.
Full Member
Can't wait to try SAS Curriculum!
Full Member
I found that the RefME extension is now called Cite This For Me: Web Citer in the Chrome store
Basic Member
Full Member
Great resources. Thanks!
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