Instructional Strategies Academic

Featured Instructional Strategies Products for Colleges and Universities

Selected Products for Educators and Students

The teaching and learning landscape is evolving. Educators need products that engage students, meet academic curriculum needs, facilitate comprehension, and save time. Infobase has an array of products that address these needs and that do double duty in classes and for research.
Our instructional strategies products empower students and educators:

  • Help with lectures and lecture planning
  • Use for assignments, discussion starters, and essay and research topics
  • Expertly researched, trustworthy content
  • A variety of assets and tools to help encourage critical-thinking skills and problem-solving approaches
  • Easy integration into any learning management system for seamless use in classes
  • Use in virtual, in-person, or hybrid learning
  • Improve research and writing skills
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Bloom’s Literature

Bloom’s Literature is rich with relevant content on authors, works, themes, and more. Try these ideas:

Use the 10,000+ Essay Topics—have students submit essays as assign­ments or use them as in-class discus­sion questions

Assign reading with 1,000+ full-text literary classics eBooks, including The Great Gatsby and Jane Eyre

Show videos of great literary adaptations—800+ full-length videos are available in convenient segments so you can use either a key scene or the whole video

Get students writing their papers—in addition to general writing help sections, use the How to Write about Literature section for student-friendly guidance on how to write about the most assigned authors and works

Plus, a robust Shakespeare Center, 2,600+ full-text poems with analytical entries, 5,000+ Publishers Weekly author interviews & podcasts, Topic Centers on major literary and artistic movements, and more.

Learn more about Bloom’s Literature.

Issues & Controversies

Issues & Controversies helps students and researchers understand today’s crucial issues and inspires thought-provoking debates by presenting both sides of an issue clearly and without bias.

Educator Support Materials

Selected issues feature overview videos and Educator Resources including overviews, self-assessments with answer keys, discussion questions, and more

Curriculum Tools for Educators include Assessing Students’ Speeches, Assigning Student Interviews, Exploring Point of View, Preventing Plagiarism, Using Editorial Cartoons, Learning Through Debate, and more


  • Oxford-style debate videos
  • Bloomberg QuickTake videos
  • Reuters® newsfeed, NPR audio content, “Bill of Rights in Debate,” congressional testimony, editorials, court cases, and much more

Learn more about Issues & Controversies

Films On Demand

Films On Demand streaming video provides the content, tools, and performance that today’s online experience demands. Our video library has been curated with a single guiding principle: providing every academic department on campus with the most essential videos for their field of study.
Teaching Future Teachers
The Master Academic Video Package includes a wealth of multidisciplinary videos that span all subjects. Within that package, find the specialized Education Collection for your education majors, which addresses basics such as effective teaching methods and classroom management as well as best practices for use of technology, application of standards, overcoming the challenges of special needs students, understanding legal and ethical issues, and more.

Key features for educators and students:

  • Vetted, ad-free content from the best producers
  • Quiz Tool increases engagement and assesses progress
  • Add a personalized video intro to your playlists to give an overview or context
  • Add your institution’s custom video content
  • Mobile apps for phones and tablets
  • Integration options and partners, including Moodle, Blackboard, Canvas, D2L, and more
  • Unlimited simultaneous usage and public performance rights
Learn more about Films On Demand Master Academic Video Package.