Google Docs goes back to school with new features
For those of you taking math classes, there's an equation editor, so you can actually take math notes on your laptop without a special app. Chemistry students will be happy to note the addition of superscripts and subscripts, making it easier to put the 2 in H2O.
Google Translate is now available from within Docs, which is of general interest, but should appeal specifically to language students. For students conducting surveys, there's now an option to proceed to a different question depending on a participant's answer. If you're just writing a paper, you can take advantage of additional bullet styles and the ability to export footnotes as endnotes if necessary.