Google Search Gets five New Tools that will help students to find the best educational resources. These tools are aimed to improve Online Learning for Students and Teachers.
Google says that new search tools focusing on making it easier to search for answers to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) concepts, complex equations, and display 3D graphics for chemistry.
In a blog post, Google stated that Search would provide educational overviews, useful examples, and useful videos from the Internet for STEM concepts.
Google is also adding a Practice Problems tab, which will enable users to practise math, physics, and chemistry problems directly from Google Search.
It will include tools from websites such as BBC Bitesize, Byju’s, Careers360, Chegg, CK-12, Education Quizzes, Gradeup, Great Minds, Kahoot!, OpenStax, Toppr, Vedantu, and others.
Google intends to provide users with over 200 anatomy, biology, chemistry, and physics principles in 3D Augmented Reality. To assist users with their homework, Google can also have solutions to basic and complex mathematical equations.
Users can access step-by-step solutions in more than 70 languages through Google Lens. Search results would also provide comprehensive explanations for particular issues, as well as tailored explanations for complex STEM concepts.
This is part of Google’s L.E.A.R.N project, which is actually only available in English. More languages are planned to be introduced in the near future.
This function will be available on both mobile and desktop. This service was also designed to help screen readers and enhance keyboard feedback for users with motor disabilities.