Google does so much more than just search. It can translate, map, find nearby restaurants, calculate, and so much more.

Check out Google Squared (http://www.google.com/squared) and see what happens when you search something. Google Squared takes a category and creates a starter 'square' of information, automatically fetching and organizing facts from across the web.

Google Books (http://books.google.com/) Search and preview millions of books from libraries and publishers worldwide using Google Book Search. Discover a new favorite or unearth an old classic.

Create and Publish a Quiz in Google Docs
Below I've embedded a slideshow with directions for creating and embedding quizzes using Google Forms, but here are a few points that should be emphasized.

1. Make sure the first question is "student name." Otherwise you won't know who submitted which answers.
2. You can mix question types (multiple choice, short answer, paragraph) but if you have too many types and too many students, the spreadsheet can become difficult to navigate.
3. When embedding the form into a blog, make sure you edit the width to fit within your blog's main column. You can use the same principles of editing the size of a YouTube video for editing the width of a spreadsheet.