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Google Cultural Institute
The Google Cultural Institute brings together millions of artefacts from multiple partners, with the stories that bring them to life, in a virtual museum.
Google Cloud Platform
Google Cloud Platform lets you run mobile or web applications on Google's infrastructure so that they are easy to build, easy to maintain and easy to scale. Google. Online courses from Udacity make it easy for students to learn to code using Google's tools.
Open Online Education
Open Online Education provides an open-source, online education platform called Course Builder. Use it to create and deliver online courses that massively scale and get deep analytics about how your students performed.
Broadly search for scholarly literature, like articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, across many disciplines and sources.
Google Search for Education
Search is a remarkable tool for connecting with the world's content and citizens. Materials on the Search Education site can help students of all levels become skilled searchers.
CS & STEM
Inspire the next generation of technologists and computer scientists
A Google-supported, open-source coding laboratory that uses drawing, music and creative fiction to introduce coding concepts.
Google after-school programme focused on increasing CS Education capacity of primary and secondary schools to improve student access and exposure to Computer Science (CS) Education.
Engage CS Edu
Collection of open course materials for introductory computer science courses to help grow a more diverse computing workforce by supporting the retention of women and other under-represented groups in undergraduate computer science education.
Guide for Technical Development
The Guide for Technical Development is a suggested path for university students to develop their technical skills academically and non-academically through self-paced, hands-on learning.
Computer Science Search Engine
Search for additional materials (such as lessons, tutorials, activities and videos) to support your primary and secondary Computer Science class.
MIT App Inventor
Create your own Android app with this easy-to-use tool! Learn how to programme with a drag-and-drop interface that is appropriate for middle school and higher.
Exploring Computational Thinking
Includes classroom-ready lessons and resources that show how educators can incorporate Computational Thinking into the primary and secondary curriculum.
White Paper: Women who choose computer science
Read Google's 2014 study on the factors that most influence young women in secondary school to pursue degrees in Computer Science.
Shaped-based coding environment that introduces young programmers to fundamental coding concepts and challenges.