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Grades 6-12 Writing Instructional Materials from Quill Now in Open Space

Written by // Sarah Mowery Wednesday, 17 March 2021

New high-quality writing instructional materials have been added to Open Space. These interactive writing lessons and activities are appropriate for grades 6-12 and have been provided by Quill, a nonprofit organization who's mission is to help all students become strong writers and critical thinkers. 

Grades 6-12 Writing Instructional Materials from Quill Now in Open Space

Monday Mini Lessons Model Remote Teaching Best Practices

Written by // Emily Rozmus Friday, 12 March 2021

Check out INFOhio's Monday Mini Lessons to support educators in integrating digital content into instruction and remote teaching. INFOhio will be featuring a series of videos that showcase best practices for remote teaching using INFOhio's high-quality digital content. Learn more about this series and how to stay informed. 

Fetch: New Library Catalog Now Available

Monday, 08 March 2021

On March 1, Fetch, the new INFOhio Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC), was made available to all libraries that currently use INFOhio’s library services platform.

Fetch: New Library Catalog Now Available

STEM Instructional Materials from Hamilton County ESC and the Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative Added to Open Space

Written by // Sarah Mowery Tuesday, 23 February 2021

New high-quality instructional materials have been added to Open Space. These STEM lessons and extension activities are appropriate for grades K-6 and have been provided by the Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative and Hamilton County ESC. 

STEM Instructional Materials from Hamilton County ESC and the Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative Added to Open Space

Using World Book Kids to Support Blended Learning

Monday, 22 February 2021

Monday Mini Lessons Model Remote Teaching Best Practices

February's Monday Mini Lesson incorporates World Book Kids into a blended learning environment to increase student engagement. To support educators integrating digital content into instruction and remote teaching, INFOhio is featuring a series of videos that showcase best practices for remote teaching using INFOhio's high-quality digital content. This mini lesson will be of interest to teachers who work with elementary students. 

Using World Book Kids to Support Blended Learning

All Things New in World Book

Written by // Sarah Mowery Friday, 19 February 2021

Read all about the new updates to World Book Early Learning, World Book Kids, World Book Student, and World Book Advanced!

All Things New in World Book

Learn More About BLUEcloud and Earn Contact Hours

Written by // Sarah Mowery Thursday, 04 February 2021

A new professional development learning pathway has been developed to learn more about BLUEcloud, SirsiDynix's next-generation library services platform. Complete this pathway and earn up to 16.5 contact hours.

Learn More About BLUEcloud and Earn Contact Hours

Build a Better Blended Classroom with Research 4 Success

Written by // Mary Rowland Wednesday, 27 January 2021

Research 4 Success incorporates blended learning approaches to instruction as each module uses videos, digital texts, and interactive learning resources along with print-based options to grow and develop research and inquiry skills.  From dissecting the research question to locating and evaluating information, let's examine how Research 4 Success can be used to build critical thinking skills in students whether you are teaching face-to-face, hybrid, or remote. 

Build a Better Blended Classroom with Research 4 Success

Using Science Online to Support Blended Learning

Written by // Sarah Mowery Monday, 25 January 2021

Monday Mini Lessons Model Remote Teaching Best Practices

January's Monday Mini Lesson incorporates Science Online into a blended learning environment to increase student engagement. To support educators integrating digital content into instruction and remote teaching, INFOhio is featuring a series of videos that showcase best practices for remote teaching using INFOhio's high-quality digital content. This mini lesson will be of interest to teachers who work with high school students. 

Using Science Online to Support Blended Learning

Enhancements to Literature Online: American and English Literature Collection

Written by // INFOhio Staff Thursday, 07 January 2021

Literature Online: American and English Literature Collection, provided at no cost to Ohio's schools by INFOhio and Libraries Connect Ohio has a new look and enhanced features.
Enhancements to Literature Online: American and English Literature Collection

Using INFOhio Resources to Give the Gift of Literacy

Written by // Matt Yauk Monday, 14 December 2020

Monday Mini Lessons Model Remote Teaching Best Practices

December's Monday Mini Lesson is all about giving the gift of literacy through the use of a Bitmoji classroom. To support educators integrating digital content into instruction and remote teaching, INFOhio is featuring a series of videos that showcase best practices for remote teaching using INFOhio's high-quality, digital content. This mini lesson is for all teachers wanting to inspire the joy and interest in reading and literacy.

Using INFOhio Resources to Give the Gift of Literacy

Using INFOhio's ISearch to Locate Information

Written by // Mary Rowland Monday, 30 November 2020

Monday Mini Lessons Model Remote Teaching Best Practices

November is all about bringing inquiry into the classroom in INFOhio's Monday Mini Lessons. To support educators integrating digital content into instruction and remote teaching, INFOhio will be featuring a series of videos that showcase best practices for remote teaching using INFOhio's high-quality digital content. This mini lesson will be of interest to teachers who work with secondary students. 

Using INFOhio's ISearch to Locate Information

Let's Get Real About Fake News

Written by // INFOhio Staff Friday, 20 November 2020

In the years before the internet became the first place everyone began their research, school and academic librarians spent countless hours teaching students from elementary school through graduate school how to read newspaper articles and magazines critically, looking for bias or political leaning. It's not enough to teach students to read for bias anymore. Even many college students have difficulty determining whether what they're looking at on the screen is a personal website, a newspaper article published by a reputable news source, an opinion piece in an academic journal, or a research study. Now, along with helping students understand the differences between information sources and examining them for bias, we must help students figure out if the information sources they've found online are even real.

Using Literary Reference Center to Teach Best Practices for Digital Reading

Written by // Emily Rozmus Monday, 26 October 2020

Monday Mini Lessons Model Remote Teaching Best Practices

October's Monday Mini Lessons are all about reading on the screen. To support educators integrating digital content into instruction and remote teaching, INFOhio is featuring a series of videos that showcase best practices for remote teaching using INFOhio's high-quality digital content. This mini lesson will be of interest to teachers who work with secondary students. 

Using Literary Reference Center to Teach Best Practices for Digital Reading

Pitch the Paper with INFOhio's Book Nook

Written by // Mary Rowland Monday, 05 October 2020

Learn more about how to banish boring book reports with Book Nook.

Pitch the Paper with INFOhio's Book Nook
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