Shine a Light on Your Digital Resources: Webinar
INFOhio, Ohio’s PreK–12 Digital Library, focuses on improving educational equity in Ohio. INFOhio licenses quality digital resources accessible to all Ohio students, educators, and parents. Their small but mighty team works hard to promote their services and resources through building partnerships, creating communication, and developing training. During this one-hour webinar, learn about three programs INFOhio uses to shine a light on their digital resources and strategies you can replicate to showcase your services and resources.
What will you learn in this session?
- How INFOhio’s mission, vision, and structure support the promotion of their services.
- Ways that INFOhio promotes their digital resources:
- Train the Trainer Programs
- INFOhio Learning Pathways
- Monday Mini Lessons
- Strategies to help you begin these programs.
About the presenters:
Emily Rozmus is a Senior Instructional Specialist at INFOhio. She has worked in education for over 25 years, first as a secondary English teacher and district librarian before starting at INFOhio in 2013. Emily has developed district growth plans, integrated technology, created instruction for information literacy, fostered teacher development, and worked on teams to implement curriculum. At INFOhio, she focuses on training educators to use INFOhio resources to improve early learning. She also works to share research and best practices for helping students be better readers of INFOhio’s digital text.
Sarah Mowery is a Professional Instructional Specialist at INFOhio. She has worked in education for 16 years as a school librarian and technology coach in elementary and middle school settings. While in these roles, she’s been an integral part of the building leadership teams working as a curriculum connector and integrating web-based tools. Sarah was one of the original INFOhio ICoaches when the program first began in 2013 and has a passion for sharing how INFOhio resources can transform teaching and impact learning for students and educators.