Google’s What do you love?

While reading through some tweets I noticed a project that Google is working on called What do You Love? it can be found at http://www.wdyl.com/. To test it out I typed in “Thomas Edison” and I was presented with all of Google’s services with the relevant content.

WDYL even found things like patents that had to do with Thomas Edison, videos about Thomas Edison, and even a 3d phonograph from 1877 built in Google Sketchup. This is a project that is still being worked on as some of the search results don’t make sense. I can see a lot of potential in the future for educational uses. Definitely keep an eye on this project.  Check it out!

Here is a video about Google WDYL:

 

How could you use this in your class room?

 

Thanks

TJ

TJ Houston

TJ Houston the Vice President of Managed services at Epiphany Management Group. TJ leads professional development in all areas of technology and loves developing ways to make teachers, students, and staff's lives easier with the use of technology. TJ also loves photography and his portfolio can be found at http://www.tjshots.com. All of the views on this site are his own.