Google has been in the news recently for the launch of a new online video-editing tool that is aimed at boosting retention for students.
Google has set up a seminar class, titled How to Get More of Your Students to Google, in the UK.
The program is aimed to help Google students retain their Google searches as they get older.
The students will be taught how to “manage” Google searches and make sure they are the most relevant for their learning and career goals.
Students will also be provided with Google search terms to reference in the future.
Google says it has over 1.3 million courses and over 150,000 teachers across more than 1,200 schools.
In addition, the course is open to students in the US, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, UK and Australia.
Google notes that the seminar is “part of a global strategy to build a stronger Google experience for students and their parents and to build awareness around the need for continued Google innovation and engagement.”
Google has partnered with other companies including YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest to help its students learn how to manage Google searches.