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Young student sitting at the base of a toy rocket while exploring space-related topics on Infobase products

Explore Space with Infobase

“Tranquility Base, here. The Eagle has landed.”  On July 20, 1969, the first crewed mission to the moon landed in the moon’s Sea of Tranquility. In the United States, we commemorate that landing every July 20 with Space Exploration Day, a day to remember this historic mission and to encourage young people to pursue careers in space exploration and science.  Infobase has a wide variety of products with amazing science content that can inform, educate, and entertain students of all ages and backgrounds—a key part of ensuring they grow up to be engaged global citizens and take their own giant leaps for mankind as adults. Educators will also find tools and resources they can use to help curious students explore the “strange new worlds” of astronomy. Learn360’s Space Topic Center Educators, are you looking for content to help with planning lessons and assignments, and need it quickly? Learn360’s Topic Centers bring together specially selected, ready-to-use content on curricular and popular topics—including space. In Learn360’s Space Topic Center, you can find videos, interactives, and printables that can be embedded into your LMS or used in your classroom to encourage your students to explore the configuration of our solar system, technology developed

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Support Your History Instruction with Curated Multimedia Content

It has been said that those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it. This is one of the many reasons history instruction is so crucial for a functioning society. Students need to understand how the events of the past have shaped those of today. Infobase’s history resources are rich with relevant content on core topics in the academic curriculum.    Get Content Aligned with Academic Standards School teachers and homeschoolers alike rely on national, state, and provincial academic standards to help them build curricula that ensure students meet every benchmark. Infobase’s supplemental resources not only feature content that is aligned to major educational standards, but also offer the ability to search and browse content by them.  Infobase’s History Research Center databases—including American History, African-American History, American Indian History, Ancient and Medieval History, and Modern World History—each have a “Search By Standards” feature next to the Search bar at the top of the screen that allows users to search by Common Core, national, state, provincial, Australian, International Baccalaureate Organization, C3 Framework for Social Studies, and College Board AP standards to find correlating articles. Infobase’s streaming video platforms for schools, Learn360 and Classroom Video On Demand, both have a Browse Standards

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This Juneteenth, Learn About African-American History with These Videos

On Juneteenth, we remember and celebrate the emancipation of African Americans from slavery. Juneteenth is often referred to as America’s second Independence Day, as it commemorates the issuance of General Order No. 3 on June 19, 1865. This order freed all of the remaining slaves in Texas, including those in Galveston—the last city to surrender during the Civil War. Although the Emancipation Proclamation was issued on January 1, 1863, the issuance of General Order No. 3 is considered to be the official end of slavery in the U.S. nationwide.  If you’re looking for resources to share with patrons in honor of Juneteenth on the history of slavery and the struggle for freedom and justice for African Americans, Infobase can help. Not only do we have an entire database devoted to African-American history with an abundance of editorially curated content on the topic, but our streaming video collections—including Access Video On Demand for public libraries and Films On Demand for colleges and universities—also have a vast amount of content on African-American history, from the inception of African-American slavery during the colonial period to the civil rights battles of today. Below, we’ve highlighted just some of the videos on our streaming video

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