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GALILEO Aligns with Work of Teachers and Media Specialists

GALILEO Aligns with Work of Teachers and Media Specialists

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Emily Hodge at the University of Georgia Educational Technology Center says, “There are so many reasons I’m a fan of GALILEO! I do not have to worry about the quality and ethical use of the resources I find there, and there are so many types of resources GALILEO offers access to such as images and multimedia that will keep a variety of learners engaged. I especially enjoy the local resources and primary sources, the web2.0 collaborative research tools, and the ties to Georgia standards and Lexiles. I am always proud to show GALILEO to the teachers and media specialists I assist because it aligns with their work so perfectly.”


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Hodge, Emily
University of Georgia Educational Technology Center
Athens, Clarke, Georgia


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