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Transform Writing & Research with INFOhio and Google Apps
Thursday, October 6, 2016

Teaching writing and the research process can be a daunting task for any teacher.  INFOhio is packed with resources, tools and support for teachers and students.  Plus, many of these are now integrated with Google Apps.  We will explore the INFOhio resources and how to use them with Google Apps, the power of Google Classroom, and Google tools that improve student writing and teacher...

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Transform Writing & Research with INFOhio and Google Apps
Thursday, October 6, 2016

Online Assessment Resource Forecast: Strong Gusts Become Easy Breezes - Finding the Best Resources for Your Learners
Thursday, September 22, 2016

Are you blown away by the number of online formative testing tools available? Then join INFOhio Integration Librarian Brandi Young in this webinar to compare three of the most popular free options available: Formative, ExitTicket, and Edpuzzle. You'll learn: Which tool works best for each grade level and subject area The type of assessments each tool offers The pros and cons of each interfac...

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Online Assessment Resource Forecast: Strong Gusts Become Easy Breezes - Finding the Best Resources for Your Learners
Thursday, September 22, 2016

Counted Chromebooks and Inventoried iPads: How to Track District Equipment Using Software You Already Have
Thursday, August 25, 2016

Do your students use Chromebooks, iPads, or other school equipment purchased with district or school funds?  Would you like to be able to easily track who has that equipment-or who had it last? Would you like to quickly see what equipment is due for maintenance?  And would you like to do that without investing in new tracking software?   Then join the next Learn With INFOhio webin...

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Counted Chromebooks and Inventoried iPads: How to Track District Equipment Using Software You Already Have
Thursday, August 25, 2016

#INFOhioWorks for Back to School: Explore Free Digital Content for Your Classroom!
Thursday, August 11, 2016

Whether you're looking for digital content and classroom activities to support 1:1 initiatives and blended learning, beginning readers and their parents, research, students as creators, or college and career readiness, INFOhio has something that works for you. In this fast-paced webinar you'll learn about all of the newest digital content and classroom supports available for free through INFOhio a...

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#INFOhioWorks for Back to School: Explore Free Digital Content for Your Classroom!
Thursday, August 11, 2016

Session 1 - Keynote: Real-Life Research -- A great way to hook the GenZ students!
Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Description:  In this webinar we will examine how to inspire students to dig deeply and care about research and "knowing more." The key is finding connections--direct connections and indirect.  We will model both and give curriculum connected examples. Teachers and librarians can incubate a greater level of student ownership if we embrace a few easy design principals. Join us as we ...

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Session 1 - Keynote: Real-Life Research -- A great way to hook the GenZ students!
Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Session 2 - Coding? We Can Do That! / Boot up Student Learning with ISearch Local!
Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Title: Coding? We Can Do That! Presenter: Annette Lang Description: Learn about coding free resources and some fun hands on "unplugged" coding activities.  ------------------------------------------------------ Title: Boot up Student Learning with ISearch Local! Presenter: Monica Williams-Mitchell, Librarian, Elder High School Description: All INFOhio automat...

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Session 2 - Coding? We Can Do That! / Boot up Student Learning with ISearch Local!
Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Session 3 - Keynote: Five Years in the Future: Maximizing Trends to Meet Your Students' Needs
Tuesday, August 2, 2016

School libraries are changing, becoming more innovative, collaborative and more hands-on. Keynote speaker, Miguel Figueroa, director of ALA's Center for the Future of Libraries, will discuss the current trends in libraries and how those trends are (and will) transforming libraries.  Participants will then choose a trend and discuss what it could look like for the school library, students and ...

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Session 3 - Keynote: Five Years in the Future: Maximizing Trends to Meet Your Students' Needs
Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Session 4 - Genius Hour in the Library
Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Genius Hour is “a movement in education that allows students to spend time in school exploring, researching and studying any topic of their choice.” Learn about one Texas librarian’s “disruptive innovation,” successfully implementing genius hour in her school, from getting administrator and faculty support for the project to establishing an environment that facilitates independent resear...

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Session 4 - Genius Hour in the Library
Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Session 5 - Tools to Power Boost Your Library
Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Need some extra pep in your first steps this school year? In this session, learn how to create an infographic to present your library data visually and present powerful facts to school library stakeholders, integrate digital communication tools to stay in touch with your library patrons, and play Kahoot! to maximize student learning in the library.

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Session 5 - Tools to Power Boost Your Library
Tuesday, August 2, 2016

No-berys: Much-Loved Titles that DIDN'T make the Awards' List
Thursday, May 5, 2016

You know you do it.  Every year you are AMAZED when a book you love gets no Newbery love.  Not even a mention in the Caldecott or Printz or any of the other major American Library Association award presentations.  Join speaker Elaine Fultz as she shares popular and sleeper favorites from past years (2015 and prior) that you may have loved, too, or that you may have missed and need to know.

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No-berys: Much-Loved Titles that DIDN'T make the Awards' List
Thursday, May 5, 2016

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