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Webinars for INFOhio Trial Resources

Author // Erica Clay Wednesday, 03 June 2020

Trainers from EBSCO, Scholastic, and World Book are ready to give you an in-depth look at the high-quality digital content that all Ohio PreK-12 students and educators can try for free through June 30, 2020 from INFOhio. In these webinars, you'll get a general overview of the resources, preview the interfaces, and learn about the features. Watch one, two, or all of these free webinars.

Webinar Recordings:

Highlights Library Teacher Training: Click here to watch the recording

For in-person teaching or for distance learning, Highlights Library offers flexible options. This video features a Highlights' editor and former educator, along with other Highlights staff, modeling exercises teachers can use with a book in the Highlights Library. Learn more about providing some simple reading prompts and exercises you can use with students. Click here to view the teacher training guide, which offers even more ideas for virtual or in-person lessons.

EBSCO eBooks: Click here to watch the recording

Join EBSCO's Jason High to learn how to make the most of eBook collections available during the trial. Learn about searching and browsing, reading online, checking out and downloading for offline use, tools for citing, saving, and sharing, and more.

FreedomFlix: Click here to watch the recording

Join Tim Daly from Scholastic to learn how to use and get the most out of FreedomFlix. With more than 70 multimedia units spanning 10 core areas of study, including ancient history, FreedomFlix offers students ages 9-14 a behind-the-scenes look at the people, places, and events that shaped our world. Engage even the most reluctant readers with this dynamic, interactive digital resource! You will learn how to navigate a unit, where to find helpful resources including lesson plans and MARC records, and get answers to any questions you may have.

ScienceFlix: Click here to watch the recording

Join Tim Daly from Scholastic to learn how to use and get the most out of ScienceFlix. ScienceFlix provides students ages 10-15 with a better understanding of science concepts and ideas through hands-on projects, videos, multiple text types, interactive features and more. You will learn how to navigate a unit, where to find helpful resources including lesson plans and MARC records, and get answers to any questions you may have.

TrueFlix: Click here to watch the recording

Join Tim Daly from Scholastic to learn how to use and get the most out of TrueFlix. Offering over 200 units to supplement social studies and science core curricula learning for students ages 8-11, TrueFlix contains authentic eBooks that are enhanced with a deep and diverse reservoir of related content in a variety of text types and media including primary sources, fiction, videos, audio clips, images, and related websites. You will learn how to navigate a unit, where to find helpful resources including lesson plans and MARC records, and get answers to any questions you may have.

Watch & Learn Library: Click here to watch the recording

Join Tim Daly from Scholastic to learn how to use Watch & Learn Library. The Watch & learn Library is created specifically for young learners, and the site's simple navigation makes teaching with video an educational delight! A library of hundreds of nonfiction videos with real-world footage build science, social studies and social-emotional knowledge. You will learn how to search the video library, how to use the Think Sheets to focus students’ attention on a particular topic, and other helpful features.

World Book Resources: Click here to register to watch the recording

Join World Book's Megan Crowley to learn about the World Book Online resources included in the trial—Activity Corner, Discover, Dramatic Learning, eBooks and more! This webinar will provide a basic overview of the resources with practical classroom integrations and ideas for how to use these tools to support remote learning.


The webinars for the trial resources are hosted by the content providers. The content providers will determine webinar length, and certificates of attendance may not be provided. Links to webinar recordings will be posted here when they are available.

About the Author

Posted by: Erica Clay

Erica Clay is the Director of INFOhio. Prior to this, she was a member of INFOhio's Instructional Team. Before joining the INFOhio team, Erica was a Library Director and a Humanities Librarian in academic libraries, a Knowledge Management Editor at a university, and taught K-8 music and PreK. She earned a BA in English and Music and a Master of Humanities from Wright State University, and a Master of Library Science from Indiana University.

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