Webinar recorded on 2016-11-17
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
D/B ICoaches:Amy Keister, District Librarian, Louisville City Schools Denette Mottayaw, Teacher Librarian, Clear Fork Schools Diane Christensen, Library Media Specialist, Northern Local Schools Eli Hurwitz, Library Media Specialist, Yellow Springs Exempted Village Schools Mary Elder, Teacher Librarian, Fredericktown Local Schools Monica Williams Mitchell, School Library Media Specialist, Elder High School Rebecca Synk, Head Instructional Librarian, Saint Joseph Academy Stephanie Raub, Media Specialist, East Woods Elementary School, Hudson City Schools
Use this url to bookmark or link to Integrating ISearch into Instruction: Best Practices from DBICoaches: https://www.infohio.org/pd/webinars/recordings/item/lwi20161117.