Never lose another website URL with Google Keep! Just copy and paste URLs on to a note. You can pin, set reminders, and organize with labels.
Begin searching the INFOhio resources with ISearch and find books, videos, database articles, and encyclopedia articles by clicking each tab. Log in with your district’s user name and password to access books, videos, and eBooks from your school’s library on the My Library tab. You can find your district username and password by Choosing “Get Password” at the bottom of the INFOhio home page.
Begin searching the INFOhio resources with ISearch and find out which resources have information about your topic. Use the Encyclopedias tab to find Research Starters and articles to help you learn the basics about your topic.
How much do you know about web safety? Before you share your work online, take this short quiz to test your knowledge about posting, sharing, and connecting on the internet.
Create interactive presentations that tell a story. Prezi presents information in a visual design.
Copyright-friendly pictures to use in your project. Add visuals with safe, free images.
Before you publish, you need to decide the best platform to post your finished project. Use this checklist to help you choose the best site to place and share your work with others. Access and download this PDF to help you evaluate whether this resource is what you need for your topic. Sign in to your Google Account to save a copy of this document to your Google Drive.
Diaries, photographs, newspaper articles, and speeches are all primary documents. Analyze the information from primary source documents you have found using this tool. Select Open to view the Google Doc. Log in to your Google account. From File, select Make a Copy and save a copy of this document to your Google Drive. Or, select File, choose Download and select Microsoft Word to get an editable version of this document.
Looking for sound effects you can use in your project to emphasize or engage? Find royalty-free and Creative Commons-licensed sound clips such as wind sounds, laugh sounds, nature sounds, scary sounds and even gross sounds and more in WAV and MP3 formats. The license information is given for each sound, so don’t forget to give them credit.
Can’t find the results you’re looking for in a database? Don’t give up! With thousands of articles, abstracts, and primary sources, databases are a treasure trove of information. Using the right keywords unlocks a wealth of information. Let this video from Kent State University show you how to talk to databases.