Visit Infobase at NYLA/SSL 2024 in Booth 18!

Visit Infobase—the home of Learn360, Credo Source, and many resources for school libraries—to find solutions that support information literacy, research, standards-based skills, classroom instruction, library programming, and much more.

Come meet Lara Kraft, who has been working with NY libraries and school districts for about 10 years and in the K12 space for more than 20. Say hi and see what’s new at Booth #18 at the Conference Center in Lake Placid, NY. She can give you a brief demo of our resources and answer questions about how Infobase resources align to NY learning initiatives.  

While you are there, be sure to enter our raffle for a chance to win a $50 Gift Card!

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.

These are just some of our essential resources for NY libraries: 

Streaming Video

  • Classroom Video On Demand: Created for secondary schools, this multisubject, curriculum-focused video subscription provides unlimited access to thousands of videos appropriate for standard through AP and honors-level courses, including modules for Career and Tech Ed..
  • Learn360: Unlimited access to thousands of curated PreK–12 learning objects to use in instruction, with features like educator resources, playlist-building tools, and in-video quizzes. The easy-to-use, credible content from the industry’s top producers is aligned to instruction and includes videos, interactives, audio titles, games, worksheets, and other assets to use in classroom lessons, assignments, projects, and more. 

Reference & Research

  • Credo Source: A research starting point for students that combines premier full-text reference content and research skill-building tools on a simple instruction-friendly platform. Provide citable background information and images for any topic, teach basic resource evaluation, encourage exploratory search with the interactive Mind Map tool, and build research and critical-thinking skills with point-of-need instructional media. Smart research starts with Credo. 
  • Issues & Controversies: Help students understand divisive topics, assess different perspectives, and reach their own conclusions. This award-winning database features comprehensive, unbiased, and original pro/con articles on today’s crucial issues, plus thousands of primary sources, debate videos, and more.
  • The World Almanac® for Kids: With a wealth of resources for homework, reports, and projects across all subjects, intermediate students can explore age-appropriate topics while developing online research skills with a trusted content source.

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(NYLA/SSL) New York Library Association/Section of School Librarians Annual Conference

May 16-May 18