Find more than 2100 full text scholarly journals and over 1,700 peer-reviewed, full-text journals. Collection provides focus on education by provide full text for over 500 high-quality education journals. Educators Edition also provides access to lesson plans, students tools, curriculum standards and links to sites valuable for teachers.
Digital Literacy describes a process whereby students and library patrons conduct research using online databases to find answers to their personal or academic questions by evaluating the quality of the resources found. When it comes to information literacy, it is clear that technology and the research process go hand-in-hand.
This guide provides lesson plans and other resources for educators using Explora, Science Reference Center and other EBSCO resources.
All K-12 Members will see the green Google Classroom Share button on the Tools Menu when you view an article in Explora. The Tools Menu is on the right side of the screen and contains icons for Print and Download among other functions.
- If you do not want the green Google Classroom Share button visible to your teachers and students email firstname.lastname@example.org and request that they remove this option.
Annenberg Media provides access to professional development materials for educators. The resources are free, and include video-on-demand, live streaming video events, and other materials available for purchase. The site also provides access to the Annenberg Channel, a free satellite channel for schools, libraries, colleges, universities, and other public access channels.
Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization created in 2006 provides access to short video lectures, practice exercises and tools for educators. All resources are available for free. Content is mainly available in English but is also available in other languages.
An archive of information about the history of Missouri and local communities including educational resources like classroom curricula.