Extract text from images

Published
20 April 2018
by
Donna Golightly
Extract text from images

Going paperless

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How often have you heard that phrase bandied around in today’s education circles? It seems like a goal that could be attainable right? But what about those older resources that you have that are still very relevant for the current learning in your classroom programme. You still want to be able to use them – but the effort required to retype them and be able to use them digitally is just too much? Well now there’s an easy solution. Simply take a photo of them and extract the text using Google Keep. I’ll show you how easily it can be done in the video below:

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