Setting the Trend

Setting the Trend: Librarians as Leaders

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

Join us at the Clear Creek Learner Support Center in Houston, TX, for a chance to win a $50 Gift Card.* Come meet Carter Cook to learn more about our award-winning resources and join Emily Ice for a special presentation on Tuesday, June 11, 2024, where you can learn how Learn360 (available through TexQuest) inspires creativity and learning in students. 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.

Don’t Miss Our Presentation

Engage Elementary School Students with Learn360: Tips and Tricks for Implementation

Session: Tuesday, 6/11/24  | Time: 1:00–1:45 pm CST & 2:00–2:45 pm CST

Presenter: Emily Ice

Learn360 is more than a video library. In this presentation, explore opportunities to leverage Learn360 Topic Centers, videos, printables, interactives, and audio to engage your students and propel learning. In this experiential presentation, attendees will learn by doing. Discover how you can inspire conversation and learning with bundled resources. Get creative with imaginative activities using images and audio. Explore students’ creativity with a variety of interactive activities that capitalize on student curiosity and passion. Celebrate classroom learning with Learn360’s digital resources and innovative implementation ideas!

In this innovative presentation, you will learn:

  • How to use Learn360 to build community in the elementary school library and classroom
  • How to leverage Learn360 Topic Centers to inspire creativity and learning
  • How to design incentives aligned to Learn360 usage to support classroom management
  • How to support your educators with Learn360 training resources

Emily Ice


Your presenter: Emily Ice is the Director of Product and Licensing, K–12, at Infobase. As a former elementary school educator, Emily leverages her experience in the classroom, curriculum development knowledge, and passion for teacher training to inform and curate Infobase’s K–12 video content. She has her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Duke University and has her Master’s in Education from the University of Notre Dame.


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

  • Learn360 Plus Classroom Video On Demand: Add 17,000+ additional secondary-level videos to your Learn360 streaming video platform with Learn360 Plus Classroom Video On Demand. Classroom Video On Demand content was created for middle and high school curriculum, from basic through honors and AP courses and integrates directly into the Learn360 platform you are already using—no new software, authentication, logins, or training. 
  • The Mailbox® Plus: Provides thousands of educator-tested worksheets, lesson plans, crafts, forms, songs, games, graphic organizers, patterns, clip art, cards, and more for traditional and homeschooling students from prekindergarten to grade 6. This time-saving resource integrates directly into the Learn360 platform you are already using—no new software, authentication, logins, or training.
  • 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. 
  • 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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Setting the Trend: Librarians as Leaders

June 11-June 11