The Landscape of Learning: “Free to Use, Share, or Modify” With Google Apps


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We’re not allowed to copy, right?  But plagiarism is still a problem for students today. And the increase in research technology is making it even easier for them to access copyright protected material. Fortunately, new innovations to Google Apps for Education can help overcome these plagiarism challenges that exist in our schools today.

Jim Harmon‘s insight:

Using Google apps for Open Educational Resources…

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