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  • Here's how #INFOhioWorks!

    "My two go to websites are Achieve the Core and INFOhio. Between these two I can find student tools, high quality texts, assessment ideas, lesson resources, and current research to guide my own Professional Learning." —Char Shryock, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Bay Village City Schools

  • Here's how #INFOhioWorks!

    "INFOhio, and [the EBSCO databases] especially, are rich resources, and ISearch is a great entry tool...The sooner students are taught how to search databases and how to evaluate and choose the best sources for each specific assignment, the better off they will be in the future, and the sooner they will come to realize that they have a huge wealth of excellent information right at their fingertips." —Virginia Stoller, English Teacher, Ottawa-Glandorf Local Schools

  • Here's how #INFOhioWorks!

    "For the past three years, I have been asked to present an informative session about INFOhio to our first year teachers…This year I found Educator Tools a lifesaver. With this one step location they will be able to find other valuable resources quicker." —Kim Hamlin, District Media Specialist, Little Miami Schools

INFOhio Impact

How has INFOhio impacted your classroom?

Tell us how your district uses INFOhio's free digital content in this brief survey. Your story could be featured in the next "INFOhio Impact," our new newsletter for legislators highlighting how INFOhio impacts student learning across the state.

Here’s one story about Diego ...

“One of my sweetest moments was of Diego. He is from Puerto Rico and has stolen my heart this year. He allows me to practice my broken Spanish and we have built a great connection. Diego is homesick for his native country, and he often shares photos of Puerto Rico from books we find in the library. Today he explored World Book and eagerly shared that it offered the audio of his anthem. My heart again melted.

As teachers, we all get busy in what we do, and we sometimes wonder if we’re making the connections and if our students will carry the objectives of our lessons. I had to share how this wonderful resource has done more than I could have ever planned. It gave a student the opportunity to teach me. Thank you for letting me share.”

Kim Hamlin, District Media Specialist, Little Miami Schools

Help @INFOhio Share INFOhio's Impact with Legislators

  1. Tweet or use Facebook to post a picture of students using INFOhio resources for research, a project, or reading an e-book.
  2. Share which INFOhio resource you're using and what your students are learning.
  3. Add the #INFOhioWorks hashtag and the Facebook name or Twitter handle of your legislator and say thanks!

Find your legislators by clicking the "Find My Legislators" button on the left. Click on their names and look for links to their Social Media accounts. (Note: not all legislators share their Social Media information.)

INFOhio, Ohio’s PreK-12 digital library, provides free access to digital educational content to all Ohio PreK-12 schools—public, nonpublic, community, career tech, e-school, and home schools—serving 1.9 million students, their families, and their teachers. INFOhio is a contributing partner to Libraries Connect Ohio, which provides a core collection of information resources and library services that help all Ohioans compete in the global knowledge economy.

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Please share your INFOhio use story with your legislators on email, Twitter or Facebook and add #INFOhioWorks.

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