Connecting Libraries and Classrooms

Libraries play a crucial role in classroom activities, whether they are helping students to develop research skills or directing teachers to curriculum-based materials. Guided by user research, EBSCO develops technologies to connect libraries and classrooms and provides reliable content to support teachers and engage students.

Fast Access to Curriculum-Appropriate Content

The high-quality, curriculum-appropriate content in EBSCO’s school databases not only assists with classroom instruction and student research, but also promotes multimodal literacy, encourages student inquiry, develops critical thinking skills, and integrates 21st century information technologies into the curriculum.

Students benefit from:

  • Easy search
  • Relevant results
  • Helpful topic overviews
  • Complete articles
  • Rich multimedia
  • Mobile access

Librarians and teachers benefit from:

  • Educator resources such as lesson plans and teaching guides
  • A Curriculum Standards module
  • Tools for differentiated instruction, such as reading measures (Lexiles) and Text-to-Speech for HTML articles
  • A voice in the ongoing development of our school resources through EBSCO’s K-12 Advisory Board
Bedford High School

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Bedford High School

Explora™ supports student research and information literacy instruction at New Hampshire high school

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