Britannica LaunchPacks Science can support you during virtual learning days. Please find a recording of the webinar below and some additional support resources to get you up and running with LaunchPacks for and Science.
ACCESS WORLD NEWS recorded webinar (April 2020)
NEWSBANK recorded help videos:
NEWSBANK Historic Newspapers databases webinar recording (April 1, 2020)
LEGENDS OF LEARNING Webinar (March 31, 2020)
E-Sports with Lindsay Cesari (Durgee Junior High, Baldwinsville) and Mary Klucznik (Chittenango High School)
Webinar Recording: https://ensemble.cnyric.org/
Bitmojis and School Libraries!
English/Spanish Books: https://drive.google.
Recording of the RAZ-PLUS March 25, 2020 afternoon session:
Learning A-Z Resources for teachers, administrators and parents. Live and recorded webinars.
Teacher and License Coordinator FAQ
RAZ Kids Video overview for teachers and parents 16 minutes!
Sneak Peak at the New KIDS INFOBITS (May 15)
Recorded Session: https://support.gale.com/doc/KIB_GIC-Ele_SneakPeek
30 minute Gale/Cengage NOVELny databases for K-12
Recorded Session: http://support.gale.com/doc/suic-webinar-5pnc4
Librarian LMS Guide: https://assets.cengage.com/gale/docs/training/LMS_ResourceGuide.pdf
OCM/Oswego Gale/Cengage Secondary Resources Webinar on April 30, 3030
NY Ed Law 2D Recording:
Sync Audiobooks slides and video:
Kristina Holzwiss' April 21, 2020 OCM/Oswego SLS Webinar recording:
Panelists: Matthew Winner, Howard County Public Schools - Elementary School Librarian, etc.
On April 30, 2019, All4Ed and Future Ready Schools® held a webinar for Future Ready Librarians. Panelists discussed the value of maintaining a book collection that not only reflects the school community, but also is reflective of the global community of which we all are a part. Recognizing that centering diversity means centering the stories, experiences, and voices of historically marginalized people, including people of color, indigenous voices, LGBTQIA+ individuals and allies, differently-abled individuals, and neurodiverse voices.
Culturally responsive library programs take into account not only the content and sensitivity of lessons and supporting materials, but also what items are being purchased for the collection, what materials are being displayed or recommended to the school community, what voices are invited into the school or library for author visits or artists in residence, and what impact the work taking place within the library has on the global community.
The panelists explored