Informational Webinar about setup for the K-12 Database project from the State Library
The three providers for the K-12 Online Content project for California students — ProQuest, Encyclopedia Britannica, and TeachingBooks.net — conducted two online webinars for school district administrators, librarians, technical coordinators, and others involved in the implementation components of providing access for students on May 21 and June 18, 2018.
The webinars were recorded by ProQuest who hosted the event. Everything you need can be found on the LibGuide: https://proquest.libguides.com/CaliforniaK12. The video link and PowerPoint are available below and in the LibGuide as well—left-hand side.
June 18 Meeting
June 18, 2018; 54 minutes.
May 21 Meeting
Presentation from May 21, 2018 — for customer set up
May 21, 2018; 1 hour.
- What’s happening and what content from ProQuest, Britannica and TeachingBooks.net will be available for the 2018-19 school year.
- How to sign up for access and what to expect once you’ve filled in the access form.
- If you have questions concerning authentication or what’s needed on the technical informational form hosted by TeachingBooks.net (but utilized by all three content providers), experts from the content providers can help get those questions answered.
- Training Overview. What’s available to you right now and where to find it!
Note from State Library coordinator, Mary Beth Barber: We’ll also be sending around an extensive list of “how to use the resources” training calendar later in the summer.