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Virtual Training on BadgerLink Resources: Recordings Now Available

Thursday, July 16, 2020

The BadgerLink Team hosted a number of vendor-led virtual trainings in May and June, and the recordings are now available, fully captioned and all under 30 minutes each. We hope you find these updated sessions helpful!

These recordings, along with other guides and tutorials, are available on-demand from the BadgerLink training page, and a full playlist can be found on DPI’s YouTube channel. Contact us with any feedback or ideas for future virtual sessions, or request training for your organization. 

Full list of recordings with descriptions:

Recordings on Britannica resources

Britannica School

Learn how to search and navigate Britannica School’s encyclopedia articles with images, maps, games, and other learning materials for elementary, middle and high school students, and educators.

Britannica Library

Learn how to search and navigate Britannica Library, a reference and learning resource of encyclopedia content for children and adults, ideally for use by public library patrons.

Britannica Library for Homeschooling Families

Learn how to search and navigate Britannica Library for homeschooling families.

Britannica Escolar and Moderna

Learn about using Britannica Escolar and Britannica Moderna to find reliable, encyclopedia content in Spanish.

Explore Britannica

Learn how to utilize Explore Britannica tools in Britannica resources, specifically how to browse articles, images, videos and biographies, World Atlas, Compare Countries, Tour the U.S.A., and Britannica Fundamentals.

My Britannica

Learn how to create a My Britannica account in Britannica School and/or Britannica Library, create Resource Packs, find and develop lesson plans, and share with students, educators and library patrons.

Recordings on TeachingBooks resources

TeachingBooks

Learn more about resources to enrich children and young adult literature in the classroom, including accessing Meet-the-Author recordings and virtual read-alouds, setting up an account to create your own reading lists or saving others’ lists, and sharing these resources with K-12 educators and students.

Book Connections

Learn more about TeachingBooks’ public library interface of resources to enrich children and young adult literature, including accessing Meet-the-Author recordings and virtual read-alouds, setting up an account to create your own reading lists or saving others’ lists, and sharing these resources with your patrons and colleagues.

Recordings on EBSCO resources

NoveList

Learn how to utilize EBSCO’s reading recommendation resource, including accessing read-alikes, discussion guides, and reading lists on your favorite adult and young adult fiction titles.

NoveList K-8

Learn how to utilize EBSCO’s reading recommendation resource, including accessing read-alikes, discussion guides, and reading lists on your favorite children’s fiction titles.

Explora

Learn how to navigate EBSCO’s search interface for general information resources, with different content levels for Elementary, Middle, and High School students, and educators.

LearningExpress Library: K-12 Resources

Learn how to register for access to tests, tutorials, and eBooks in LearningExpress Library’s School Center, College Admissions Test Preparation Center, and High School Equivalency Center.

LearningExpress Library: Adult Education Resources

Learn how to register for access to tests, tutorials, and eBooks in LearningExpress Library’s Adult Core Skills Center, Career Preparation Center and College Students Center.

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