Visit Infobase at Texas Library Association 2024 conference booth #2009!


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

Join us at Booth #2009 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, TX, for a chance to win a $50 Gift Card*—Infobase is in the AISLE X AISLE COUPON BOOK or just drop a card in the box, it’s easy. Come meet the Infobase team and demo our award-winning resources. 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.



Infobase’s K–12 Essential Resources

  • Learn360: Available to K–12 schools via TexQuest, Learn360 gives you 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. 
  • 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. 

Infobase’s Public Library Essential Resources

  • Access Video On Demand: Offers an expansive, patron-friendly collection of thousands of high-quality videos that complement and enhance your library’s content offerings. It’s the must-have video resource for patrons and learners of all ages, cord-cutters, DIYers, library programming, and more. App available.
  • Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center: A comprehensive resource for career exploration and planning, helping patrons assess their career goals and interests, plan their education, learn workplace skills, find apprenticeships and internships, conduct a job search, and more.
  • Just for Kids: Just for Kids has the educational videos children want to watch—Sesame Street™, PBS Kids, Vooks, Doggyland, The Electric Company, Arthur, The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, The Berenstain Bears, Franklin, and thousands more—plus songs, games, and more that are sure to entertain, educate, and inspire young patrons.
  • The Mailbox® Plus: Thousands of educator-tested worksheets, lesson plans, crafts, songs, games, graphic organizers, patterns, clip art, cards, and more for homeschooling students from prekindergarten to grade 6. 

Infobase’s Academic Essential Resources

  • Credo Reference: Academic Core: Begin academic research with the premier reference resource, delivering content, images, and interactive Mind Maps on a simple instruction-friendly platform. Provide citable background information for any topic, teach basic resource evaluation, and encourage exploratory search all in one place. Smart research starts with Credo.
  • Films On Demand: Provides colleges and universities with the best in streaming educational video, including Oscar®, Emmy, and Peabody Award-winning content from HBO®, A&E, PBS, BBC Learning, National Geographic, TED, California Newsreel, and more than 1,500 other outstanding international producers.
  • Information Literacy – Core: Extend the reach of your library instruction with standards-aligned multimedia on information literacy skill building, built on the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. Fully customizable, with extensive assessment capabilities, it is easy to integrate and use in formal courses, one-shot sessions, or point-of-need instruction.
  • Infobase eBooks: Unlimited access perpetual ownership eBooks—serial managers find great value in building their eBook collections. Collections include titles that support STEM, DEI, Shakespeare, and more.

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(TLA) Texas Library Association

April 16-April 18