In my last Tech Tip, I wrote about the 1,200 eBooks that are available through INFOhio for students in grades 3-6. But what about high school students? Exciting news for INFOhio students and educators at the high school level! Licensed through the RemoteEDx initiative, the EBSCO Ebook High School Collection is accessible through the INFOhio website.
This robust collection provides students and educators with full-text eBook coverage that aligns with your school’s curricula. Gain fast and easy access to over 12,000 eBooks that support a quality learning experience across all academic subject areas, including history, language, literature, science, and technology. Content includes a selection of classic literary works, important historical documents, and general reference materials.
What’s nice about the EBSCO eBook High School Collection is that students have unlimited and simultaneous access to all these eBooks. With simultaneous access, teachers have the flexibility to assign class-wide readings.
Research students can benefit from the built-in citation tool that makes citing work a breeze, as well as the Notetaking feature that assists students with research by allowing them to take notes on eBooks and save them to their My EBSCOhost folder for later viewing.
Struggling readers and auditory learners comprehend best when print and sound are presented together, so using their device’s built-in screen reader to have the text read aloud to them will be a great benefit.
How to Access the Collection
From the Grades 9 – 12 resources page locate the EBSCO Ebook High School Collection tile and click the “i” button in the top right corner.
From this page, you can access additional training and support material. You will also find the direct links to use in your learning management system and Google Classroom. To go directly to the EBSCO Ebooks High School Collection click the open button.
For more detailed instruction, see EBSCO’s eBook User Guide.
Hi! I’m Kim Murry and I’m the INFOhio Coordinator for Northern Buckeye Education Council. As the INFOhio Coordinator, I’m responsible for day-to-day and on-site support to media specialists at our member school districts and other schools in the region. In addition, I provide training on INFOhio tools and resources, as well as assist teachers, students and administrators with integrating technology into the classroom.