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Google has created an amazing collection of cultural artifacts from around the world and created an online collection that can be visited for free at anytime from any location. The Google Cultural Institute features works from many famous museums, cultural sites, and libraries such as The White House, The Anne Frank House, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Palace of Versailles and many more.

To visit the Google Cultural Institute, visit: http://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/home

Each site is carefully photographed and documented online. Is your class reading the Diary of Anne Frank? Imagine a virtual field trip through this exhibit (click on the picture to go to the exhibit):



You can also create your own galleries and exhibits from the thousands of primary sources available. Imagine a custom gallery based on a piece of literature or time period. It is free and easy to use.

Want to learn more? 
This short video gives an overview on how to use the Google Cultural Institute website:


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Friday, December 6, 2013

Friday Google Tidbit: Google Cultural Institute

Google has created an amazing collection of cultural artifacts from around the world and created an online collection that can be visited for free at anytime from any location. The Google Cultural Institute features works from many famous museums, cultural sites, and libraries such as The White House, The Anne Frank House, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Palace of Versailles and many more.

To visit the Google Cultural Institute, visit: http://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/home

Each site is carefully photographed and documented online. Is your class reading the Diary of Anne Frank? Imagine a virtual field trip through this exhibit (click on the picture to go to the exhibit):



You can also create your own galleries and exhibits from the thousands of primary sources available. Imagine a custom gallery based on a piece of literature or time period. It is free and easy to use.

Want to learn more? 
This short video gives an overview on how to use the Google Cultural Institute website:


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