Google Code for Educators looks like some really great stuff from Google.
This website provides teaching materials created especially for CS educators looking to enhance their courses with some of the most current computing technologies and paradigms. We know that between teaching, doing research and advising students, CS educators have little time to stay on top of the most recent trends. This website is meant to help you do just that.
In the Tutorials area, you will find a set of online tutorials to which you can point students to learn basic concepts in important new technologies, or if you need a refresher.
In the Sample Course Content area, you will find materials such as lecture slides, readings, problem sets and projects that you can download to use in your own course. All these materials are distributed under a Creative Commons license, so you are free to use and modify these materials according to the terms of the license. This area includes sample course content developed by CS Faculty from various universities and Google engineers.
In the Video Lectures area, you will find a set of video-taped lectures from Google Video on our technology areas. These videos are great opportunities for students and faculty to hear directly from some of the current pioneers in high-tech.
In the Tools section you will find a set of tools and resources to help you get started with the material highlighted on the site. This area includes tools developed by Google engineers, as well as links to external resources.