High school librarian Christie Sylvester shares how EBSCO databases are supporting her school district’s college- and career-ready initiatives.
How EBSCO Resources Are Helping Illinois High School Students Become Future-Ready
May 07, 2019
EBSCO Information Services Chief Strategist Duncan Smith explores the potential of public libraries to fuel economic development in their communities.
New Year, New Mindset: How Public Libraries Can Support Economic Development in Their Communities
January 14, 2019
EBSCO Learning Express Director of Content Development Marco Annunziata explores the concept around the Digital Divide — defined as the gap between those who have access to information and communication through today’s technologies, or the skills to use them and those who may not.
Helping People Cross the Digital Divide
November 05, 2018
Libraries (and librarians!) are a vital resource for supporting the lifelong learning needs of recent graduates and other patrons in their communities — for information on cooking, careers, health & wellness, technology and so much more.
Learning Doesn’t Stop at Graduation
May 03, 2018
Students are heading straight to the Internet to conduct academic research for school assignments. Here are some tips to help explain why the digital research tools in your library may be more effective.
How to Help Students Select Digital Tools and Resources
March 06, 2018
There are many ways that you can begin or expand your library’s genealogy program while also using patrons’ interest in family history to connect with additional members of your community and increase overall library usage. Read about some specific ideas that you can start using right away.
Expand Your Library’s Genealogy Program: Ideas and Activities
January 15, 2016
INFOhio's Brandi Young defines digital literacy and describes eight ways educators can incorporate digital literacy into their classrooms.
8 Ways You Can Be Successful Incorporating Digital Literacy in the Classroom
January 08, 2016
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