Webinar will be presented on Thursday, November 17, 3:30 PM
INFOhio-automated schools across the state are using ISearch to help students in all grades prepare for research in college and in their future careers. INFOhio has found that schools with trained District/Building INFOhio Coaches (D/B ICoaches) have high usage data for ISearch. Join us as we learn best practices for integrating ISearch into classroom instruction from some of these INFOhio-trained educational leaders in districts with high ISearch use. Find out what D/B ICoaches are doing to share ISearch with colleagues in their district and how they are helping students successfully use this online tool. Additionally, participants will learn more about how to become a D/B ICoach for next school year.
Emily Rozmus, INFOhio Integration Librarian
Erica Clay, INFOhio Integration Librarian
Please note: While the interface for ISearch has been updated since this webinar was presented, many of the practices shared by our ICoaches are key in integrating this tool into the library and classroom. Please contact support.infohio.org if you have questions.
Use this url to bookmark or link to Integrating ISearch into Instruction: Best Practices from DBICoaches: https://www.infohio.org/document-library/item/lwi20161117.
Emily Rozmus has worked in education for nearly 30 years, first as a secondary English teacher and district librarian before starting at INFOhio in 2013. Emily has developed district growth plans, integrated technology, created instruction for information literacy, fostered teacher development, and worked on teams to implement curriculum. At INFOhio, she focuses on developing training and outreach to support the use of INFOhio's quality instructional materials in teaching and learning.
Erica Clay is the Director of INFOhio. Prior to this, she was an INFOhio Integration Librarian. 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.
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