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The 2011 Google 4 Doodle Winner Officially Announced

Today you might see a new and interesting doodle on the home page of Google’s search engine.  This other worldly creation is none other than the winning entry from the Google 4 Doodle contest.  Back in January we mentioned the annual Google 4 Doodle contest that has been going out to schools every year.  Now, […]

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Win A Grant For Your School By Doodling For Google

For the last four years Google has held their annual student competition called “Doodle 4 Google.”  The contest is open to U.S. students from grades K3-K12 and submissions will be sorted and judged by age group.  For non-US residents, there will be separate contests for 21 other countries as well. As with other Google contests, […]

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Just Don’t Be Late, Do The Google Science Fair

I remember back when I was in school, every year the science fair would roll by and my class would walk through the aisles as the nerdy kids would attempt to impress us with bendable bones, exploding volcanoes, and sometimes stuff that was just plain weird.  Then again, we never had an innovative sponsor for […]

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Learn How To Program For Free From Google University

This year Google’s programming site started a new free education program called Google Code University, and while the community around it is small, it has some handy resources.  They’ve got you covered if you’re interested in learning CSS, HTML, JavaScript, AJAX, or Python.  You can also look at some basic instructions for getting started with […]

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