If you are eager to learn more about Google Chrome and the newly announced Google Chrome OS, check out the full 1.5 hour recording of Google’s Chrome event in San Francisco on December 7th.

I predict Google Chrome OS for netbooks, as well as the expected release of the 2nd generation iPad next spring in the northern hemisphere, will be significant catalysts for new 1:1 learning projects around the country and world.

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Chrome Netbooks for Students

We recently announced the Chrome notebook Pilot program. We think Chrome notebooks will be super useful for students like you – especially if your school is already using Google Apps for Education –because they deliver a faster, simpler and more secure computing experience, with lower total cost of ownership than traditional …

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