Google Books


Google Books which used to be known as Google Print is product by Google  which helps users find books and magazines which have been scanned by Google and put on their database. This feature provided by Google can help users and especially students to easily  search for particular books they’re searching for, for class or just reading for fun. Finding books have never been this easy.

Screen Shot 2014-09-16 at 1.02.15 PMThis feature can be used by a everyday high school or college. Teacher’s can assign books and you can go to Google books and read that particular book from there. Annotating and highlighting has never been easier, as you read and you want to highlight key points in the book you can easily do that in Google books.  Teacher’s and students don’t now have to worry about making sure their book is in their bag, you can just have it on your phone, tablet or computer. Let’s say you forget your book at school, at home you can just search for that book and read it. Google book gives you a feature of having a library, so if you want to go back and read a book or just save it for that final test, you can just go back to your library find that book and read it.

unnamedGoogle book are not only for story books, they also store text books. So if you are a history student you can find the textbook you are looking for on Google books.  As you read this you might be thinking about copyright laws. Google don’t scan books without the permission of the author or publishing company and also google insures no one just copies that book and sells it. Schools can use this feature instead of wasting money buying books which can get damaged and later to replace it with more money been wated, but with google books it’s all in a safe database.

Google_books_screenshotIn conclusion schools should use this feature since we are in a world which is revolving around technology and also it saves the school money, makes teaching easier and reading books whiles note taking also easy.


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Google Books



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