In the past, I've written about the technology I use on a daily basis (see bottom of page for links).Here's my updated version for Summer, 2015.
Google Classroomis Google's learning management system, allowing teachers and students to share assignments and communicate online.
Padletis a free service that lets you create online "sticky notes" that you can share and collaborate on.
Filechat is a new, free service that allows you to collaborate on documents, photos and videos in Dropbox or Google Drive.
Andrew Stillman to the rescue - he has created theChromebook Inventory Tool, a free add-on to Google Sheets that works with a Google Apps Super Admin account.
PicMonkeyis afree, online photo editing service that has some great features and is a great tool for Chromebook users.
Datto collected some great tips and advice from some Google Apps experts, yours truly included, for a nicearticleande-bookfor schools looking to/already adoptingGoogle Apps for Education.
Chromebooks are very powerful, and very useful, devices. You can evenuse them with Vernier Data Tools.
It's easy to use, you can save your maps to Google Drive or Dropbox, you can use Rich Text, import images and export your files and even embed your map in a site.
You can reuse the notebook - put it in the microwave for 30 seconds and the special ink (Pilot FriXion pen) is erased.