Digital Bytes 23 April, 2018

Talk To Books
Have you ever wanted to try to find a quote or explore books in an easier way? A new and interesting way to search from Google is called Talk to Books. Simply type in your question and Talk To Books does the rest. The program works best when you ask questions using natural language. Check out some of the samples and then ask your own questions.
5 Super Cool Offline Coding Activities
Some of the skills involved in coding don’t have to be learned on a computer. From following a sequence when making a sandwich and telling stories using emojis to writing your name in binary and a picture and activity book called Hello Ruby, there is a lot to explore in this post about offline coding activities.
Force Copy in Google Docs WITH Comments
Hooray!! We can now force copy WITH comments in Google Docs. There are so many great ways that this feature can be used in the classroom. As a teacher, you can share a document with prompts as comments or even leave step by step tasks in comments. With the Read Write Chrome extension, you can even leave voice instructions. Students can now create multiple versions of their writing and keep the comments from version to version. It is a whole new world!


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