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#51 Use Google to translate your documents and web pages

It’s fairly common knowledge now that Google has a pretty clever translate feature (https://translate.google.co.uk/)…But, did you know that you can get it to translate web-pages and your documents too? Great for sharing non-English resources with your students or useful if you teach languages.

Give me a minute and I’ll show you how to do it…

Featured Image: “869 Paris-Marais” by nebojsa mladjenovic is licenced under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

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One thought on “#51 Use Google to translate your documents and web pages

  1. Reblogged this on epsedl and commented:

    Could Google’s translate tools help create accessible documents for distance learning students whose first language is not English?

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