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Google Add-ons, Apps & Extensions

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February 2017
I have created a resource that includes Google Add-ons, Extensions, & Apps that are beneficial to you and/or your students.

Click here: https://www.smore.com/w80p4

Included in the resource are the following tools:

  • g(Math)
  • Easybib (Google Doc add-on)
  • Speech to Text (Google Doc add-on)
  • CloudConvert
  • Text to Speech (Google extension - reads highlighted text)

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