A couple weeks ago we lost the 'View Image' button while using Google Images due to pressure from photographers & stock photo companies (source). Now you can bring back that button by using certain Chrome Extensions like View Image. Watch the tutorial below to see this extension in action (View Image YouTube Tutorial)!
Often one has the need to find just the right picture for a presentation or flyer. In fact, it is not unheard of to scour the internets for hours to get that graphic that makes a Google Slide amazing.
So use this shortcut to trim some search time off of your next picture scavenger hunt. Using the Google Search Tools, you can go beyond searching for just a term, and search for pictures that are also based off of a certain color. Using the 'Color' search tool, you can find pictures that match a certain hue or even find ones that have a transparent background!
Google can be our best friend when we are trying to find something. We can search just about anything, and good old Google will find it for us. Unfortunately, sometimes what it finds can be overwhelming, especially for the younger ones out there. Luckily, Google has a really neat Search Tool that will let a student or educator change the reading level of the search results.
Students and/or educators can select a: Basic, Intermediate, or Advanced reading level. This can be beneficial by allowing students to only find websites they can understand and/or read.
CLARIFICATION EDIT: There was a great question in the comments about what does Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced means. So after a little searching, I found this blog post, Search by Reading Level - SearchReSearch, that explains how Google determines the reading levels and what they mean. But, the TL:DR version would be "Basic" is elementary level, "Intermediate" is anything above that level up to technical and scholarly articles which would be "Advanced".
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