Flat is an excellent music notation editor that works directly with GSuite. You install it from the Chrome store into your Chrome account and you will have a sheet music editor that allows for collaborative editing and creation.
Noteflight is a robust application for music teachers. They do offer a free trial, but in order to access this, you must contact the company. Their product prices in at approximately $7 per student, and membership allows the teacher to organize classes, create assignment and gives access to a library of musical scores and lessons. Their site specifically states that their application works on Chromebooks.
Librivox boasts an impressive library of 5,000 audibooks read by volunteers from all around the world. All books are completely free and can be listened to on a large range of devices. The search feature supports searching by author, title or reader.
Open Culture offers thousands of resources that are free of copyright, and can be used by anyone. Their list of classic books informs users where the free resources are to be found, and in the case of the audio books, it specifies if the file can be downloaded from Audible (free app for iphone and android), iTunes, Spotify and other MP3 options.
This is a great site for high school English students to peruse should they need or want audio support for their novel study portions of their classes.
Chrome music lab makes learning about music more accessible through its myriad of sound resources through which children can experiment and learn.
Your students can experiment with song making, rhythm exploration, sound waves, melody and more! Music involves both hemispheres of the brain, and is an excellent mechanism through which to support learning and creativity. This site is excellent for special education students as well.
If your students create and post a song, please email it to Michelle to post here!