Join Our Partner Workshop: Inspire and Prepare Your Students to Sharpen Their Information Literacy & Critical-Thinking Skills

NYC Public Schools Beyond Access Forum / June 6, 2024 Chancellor Day

Visit Infobase—the home of Learn360, Credo Source, Issues & Controversies, and many other school and library resources—at the Exhibit Hall Partner Meet & Greet to find solutions that support information literacy, research, standards-based skills, classroom instruction, library programming, and much more.

Don’t miss our session at the NYC Beyond Access Forum on 6/6/24 at 1:30 pm ET to learn how to sharpen students’ IL and critical-thinking skills so they can successfully navigate a world of information overload. 

And play Passport to Prizes at NYC Beyond Access—visit Infobase’s page and be the first one to find our hidden Passport to Prizes button to win a $50 Amazon.com Gift Card!* We look forward to seeing you.

Contact us today to schedule a meeting and learn how Infobase can help you and your library thrive. Or go here to take a FREE TRIAL.

Join us on June 6 at 1:30 PM ET for our 45-minute session:

Discover how you can inspire and prepare your students to sharpen their information literacy and critical-thinking skills so they can successfully navigate a world of information overload.

Lara Kraft, Business Development Executive at Infobase

Lara Kraft

Inspire classroom conversation and develop students’ creativity with a variety of literacy activities that capitalize on student curiosity and passion.

Prepare your researchers to defend their ideas in this information whirlwind with Infobase products, which provide facts, statistics, different perspectives, and multiple viewpoints—all tools to sharpen critical-thinking skills and create confident researchers.

Your presenter: Lara Kraft is a Business Development Executive at Infobase (a.k.a., Facts On File). She works closely with schools and districts to determine which digital resources can best support their instruction and research needs. Lara has been working with K–12 schools for nearly 25 years, including 10 years focused on NY school libraries.

 

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NYC Public Schools Beyond Access Forum

June 6-June 6