Lots of people (for various reasons I think) email me different questions related to educational technology. Most of these can be answered with a simple Google search.
One example tonight was the question “How do you make a degree sign on the keyboard?” I did a Google search for “make a degree sign on the keyboard” and the first hit, “Tip sheet on special characters” had the answer.
Everyone, regardless of their job or position, needs to understand the power and efficiency with which Google can help them access information, answer questions and solve problems.
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