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Google Notebook makes it possible for you to note information as you surf the web by simply adding clippings of web content (images, text and links) straight to your notebook.
I recommend installing the browser extension to access Google Notebook and all its functionality without ever leaving the web page you’re on.
Keep all your notes organized by creating multiple notebooks for different subjects or by dividing a single notebook into several sections. You can also easily rearrange your notes by dragging-and-dropping them from one section or notebook to another.
Invite others to collaborate on a notebook allowing everyone full access to edit and notes to that particular notebook.
Add notes to yourself or to those with whom you are collaborating using the comments feature.
Publish a notebook(s) on the Web by making it a public web page. Your published notebook will be assigned a unique web address that you can be shared.
Easily find any information in your notebooks using the search box.
Search for notebooks that others have created and published to the web.
Please share your ideas and examples of Google Notebook being used in educational settings.
Annual North Pole Effort to Answer Kids’ Letters to Santa Claus Wraps up “There’s no price tag on joy,” he said as he and several volunteers folded return letters — a handful of more than 20,000 responses to children who wrote to Santa this year. “It’s just a piece of paper with words on it, but the people who come out and give of themselves during the busiest time of the year, all to provide a child, and sometimes an adult, with a smile is pure charity and kindness,” Gaborik said.
Helping the Magic of Christmas Live on For something that merely started as a way to buy my sons’ their Christmas presents, this has certaily turned into something more. It shows me that there still is a certain innocence in our world and that we need to let children be children…