Today’s world looks much different for all of us. As we look at building and delivering lessons in a COVID-19 world, the tools we use to engage students are more important than ever. As educators and administrators, we need to make sure that today’s students have open access to curated, trusted, and valuable educational content that will provide meaningful educational moments as they navigate these online learning waters either alone or with the help of an adult in their life. 

We all have new requirements for how we live in our online worlds and how we utilize these tools in our classroom. Making these tools and resources available to our students is paramount in navigating these waters successfully. This informational session will bring together tech leaders to discuss different methods being used to flip classrooms and how to use digital multimedia to meet the needs of online learning.

All attendees will receive a complimentary download of Infobase’s new case study, detailing how one Hawaiian middle school successfully leveraged Learn360 for highly productive, self-directed learning.

Presented by Infobase & School Library Journal.


  • Anne Feldkamp / Product Marketing Manager, K–12 / Infobase
  • Holly Gates / School Librarian / Central Middle School, Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Kate Brower / General Manager / The Mailbox®


  • Becky Calzada / District Library Services Coordinator / Leander ISD

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Flipped Classrooms (and Other Online Learning Tools!) in a Flipped World

May 13, 2020 @ 2:00 pm-May 13, 2020 @ 3:00 pm