Infobase is pleased to announce that Tech & Learning awarded Source Reference an Award of Excellence in the new category “Best Remote/Blended Learning Tools for Secondary Grades”! Per Tech & Learning’s website, the winners in this new category were standouts for helping students, parents, and teachers succeed in remote and blended learning environments and included hardware, software, curriculum, security/safety solutions, PD, student information systems, and more.
See Tech & Learning‘s spotlight on the award winners here.
“Despite the many challenges schools have had to face this past year, technology continues to be one of the key drivers for innovation,” Christine Weiser, Tech & Learning’s Group Publisher, said. “The winning products recognized here have supported continuous instruction throughout the pandemic, and we expect this momentum to continue into next year and beyond. Congratulations to all of our winners.”
Check out this video, where we interview Kristin Klinger, Director of Content Licensing, to discuss Source Reference and why it’s a winner:
What Is Source Reference?
Source Reference is an integrated research and information literacy skill development platform that integrates highly acclaimed reference content with instructional videos and tutorials to provide research instruction in the classroom and at the point of need—the ideal starting point for any research project or information literacy course.
Find out why Source Reference is an award winner—try it today!
Source Reference features more than 450 top-tier reference titles curated for grades 6–12, covering a wide range of subjects. 1.5 million entries cover 3 million topics related to secondary school studies such as biology, physics, mathematics, social sciences, world cultures, world history, and more. Expertly curated, the collection features content from leading publishers like Dorling Kindersley, Barron’s, Lerner, and Houghton Mifflin. Also ideal for the visual learner, the collection includes 1,300 videos and more than 160,000 contextual visual aids, images, photographs, and maps across all subject areas.
Students today are asked to navigate a complex world of digital information. However, many struggle to search effectively, evaluate sources, and communicate their findings. Using Source Reference can prepare students for any kind of research or the rigors of academia by building their confidence and cultivating essential information literacy skills.