With special thanks to the Ohio Department of Education and the Libraries Connect Ohio partnership, INFOhio is able to continue delivering essential digital resources to all Ohio PreK-12 schools ensuring equity of access for all students once again. INFOhio will continue to provide favorite resources teachers rely on accessed directly from INFOhio’s website:
But don’t forget!
Remember that new resources from the Libraries Connect Ohio collection have been added to INFOhio’s website. Beginning July 2018, students and educators will find even more high-quality digital resources through INFOhio. Click the "i" button next to any resource name to get to the More Info page for that resource. You'll find a description of the resource along with training and support materials and other resources to explore.
Get a sneak peek!
INFOhio gave educators an inside look at the new and returning resources during INFOhio’s week of Sneak Peek Webinars, May 17-24. During each Sneak Peek, participants got a general overview of the resource, previewed the interfaces, and learned about the features. Find those webinar recordings here.
Look to your public library!
Beginning July 1, access to Ancestry Library Edition will no longer be available through the Libraries Connect Ohio collection, by school IP address, or through the INFOhio website. The Ohio Public Library Information Network (OPLIN) has purchased genealogy resources exclusively for public libraries. Contact your local public library to learn how you and your students can research family history.
Be the first to know!
Looking for standards aligned content? Watch for an announcement about an enhancement to Educator Tools coming in the fall. Stay connected by following the INFOhio News articles in the Teach With INFOhio blog, joining the INFOhio listserv, and networking with INFOhio’s community on Twitter and Facebook to learn about all the new and returning resources teachers can use next school year.
Questions about INFOhio resources? Contact us at support.infohio.org.