Webinar presented on 2021-09-16.
With the addition of EBSCO eBook High School Collection, you gain fast and easy access to a high school collection of more than 12,000 unlimited use eBooks across all academic subject areas including a selection of classic literary works, important historical documents, and general reference materials. Plus, EBSCO Education Collection supports the research needs of students and faculty in the study of education. This collection of over 4,600 unlimited use eBooks covers a broad range of education topics from curriculum building to student behavior and dynamics. Titles range from introductory text for undergraduate coursework to more complex works for advanced scholars.
Both EBSCO eBook collections are licensed through the RemotEDx initiative and will be accessible through the RemotEDx Exchange website and the INFOhio website. Join INFOhio Assistant Director Lori Lee as she hosts EBSCO trainer Lisa Jones in sharing what you need to know about integrating EBSCO eBook collections into your instruction beginning this fall.
Use this url to bookmark or link to See What’s New: EBSCO eBook Collections: High School and Education: https://dev.infohio.org/campus/webinars/recordings/item/lwi20210916.
Lori Y. Lee has over twenty years of experience as a high school English teacher. Besides teaching English, she now serves as the library media specialist at Zanesville High School in Zanesville, Ohio. One of her passions in education is technology integration which led her to pursue becoming a Google Education Trainer and an INFOhio District ICoach. She has presented at several conferences, including the Ohio Educational Technology Conference, Ohio Google Summit, and the Ohio Educational Library media Association annual conference. She lives in Zanesville, Ohio with her husband and two children.
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