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  1. Integrating INFOhio Electronic Resources and Ohio History for the Bicentennial Cathie E. Cooper Adena Local School District 3367 Co. Rd. 550 Frankfort, Ohio 45628 email: wfjnb75@prodigy.net ccooper@mail.gsn.k12.oh.us

  2. http://www.infohio.org/

  3. More than 80,000 hyperlinked cross references • Links to selected Internet sites • Conduct searches using a quick search by name OR • Advanced search engine with specific search criteria • Updated quarterly • 18,000 + original biographies of deceased people • Biography of the Day • Over 2,500 illustrations

  4. Famous Ohioans Military personnel Visual Arts Heroes Women Folk tales Explorers Curriculum Connections • Famous Ohioans • Authors • Inventors • Astronauts • Presidents • Women • Pioneers

  5. 22,000 + images • 2,000 + video clips • Links to over 200,000 web sites for additional information • Includes Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary & Thesaurus • Spotlights • Magazine article • Includes full text of Encyclopaedia Britannica and two other encyclopedias (Britannica Study Encyclopedia) and Britannica Elementary Encyclopedia • More than 100,000 articles

  6. Historical Events & Sites Presidents Ohio Heroes Ohio Plants and Trees Native Americans Space spotlights Flight history Maps Curriculum Connections • Authors • Transportation • Freedom’s River (Underground Railroad) • Symbols of Ohio • Ohio Animals • Inventors • State Reports

  7. Email and print options • Maps, pictures, and photo essays • Biographies and Fiction • New Content and Hot Topics • Funk & Wagnall’s New Encyclopedia • Workbooks and Tutorials • 1400 + publications • Reading levels • Spotlights each month • WebFind (Annotated links to kid friendly web sites

  8. Curriculum Connections • Biographies • State symbols • Animal Reports • Maps • Geography (travel and historical sites) • Pictures

  9. Topic Search of current Events • Encyclopedia of Animals • Picture search • Dictionary • Lexile levels • Encyclopedia of animals • Page Composer • 6,000 + periodicals and newspapers • 3 levels of search (Secondary, Middle and Primary Search) • Professional Collection

  10. Curriculum Connections • Economics (State budgets) • Health Care Issues • Government • Current Events • Pictures • Animal reports

  11. First Capitol was a cross curricular, multiple grade level project that was implemented 2002. The project focused on the role that Thomas Worthington played in the creation of one of Ohio symbols, the Great Seal and other symbols of Ohio. First Capitol

  12. First Capitol • Collaborative partners: • Students: • Grade 3 (Primary focus group) • Grade 8 (2 classes - Reading) • High School - Family Living/Early Childhood (1 class - 10th, 11th, 12th grade students) • High School - Video Journalism - 12th grade

  13. First Capitol Students used InfOhio Electronic Resources to locate basic information and/or pictures of some of Ohio’s symbols including the state flag and state bird. SIRS Discoverer Deluxe was the primary InfOhio resource we used.

  14. First Capitol The third graders presented their research findings in the form of brief speeches shared with two elementary classes via distance learning and visually in the form of a quilt.

  15. First Capitol • Curriculum connections: • Citizenship, Ohio History • Reading • Writing • Academic Content Standards for Social Studies: • Grade 3: History: 3; Social Studies Skills & Methods: 1-5 • Grade 4: History: 4; Social Studies Skills & Methods: 1-8 • Information Power: Information Literacy Standards • Standard 1; 2; 3 • ISTE National Technology Standards for Students • Standard 3; Technology Productivity Tools • Standard 5: Technology Research Tools

  16. Ohio Animals This project involved high school DH students who researched animals that live in Ohio. They used their findings to create slide shows for 3rd and 4th grade students. Photo source: "Coyote." Encyclopædia Britannica 2003 Encyclopædia Britannica Online School Edition. 01 Feb, 2003 <http://school.eb.com/eb/article?eu=27138>. "White-tailed Deer." Encyclopædia Britannica 2003 Encyclopædia Britannica Online School Edition.01 Feb, 2003 <http://school.eb.com/eb/article?eu=78887>.

  17. Ohio Animals EBSCO Host and SIRS Discoverer Deluxe provided the students with all the background information that they needed on the animal they chose to research. EBSCO Host was particularly helpful in locating pictures of the animals that could be used in the slide shows.

  18. Ohio Animals Curriculum connections: Reading, Writing, Science • Academic Content Standards for Language Arts • Reading Applications: Informational, Technical & Persuasive Text • Writing Conventions • Research • Communication: Oral and Visual • Information Power: Information Literacy Standards • Standard 1; 2; 3 • ISTE National Technology Standards for Students • Standard 3; Technology Productivity Tools • Standard 5: Technology Research Tools

  19. Hunting for Everyday History Hands-on Ohio history lessons and activities for students in grades 3-5. Collaborative project of WGTE Public Broadcasting and Think/Greater Dayton Public Television

  20. Hunting for Everyday History Hunt 1: Taking Flight. Students map out a time line of bicycle history. They learn about the connections between play and invention as they study the history of bicycles and the story of the Wright brothers. To begin our hunt, students used the InfOhio Resources to locate historical background on the bicycle

  21. Hunting for Everyday History The Encyclopedia Britannica online proved to be a valuable resource on the history of the bicycle.

  22. Hunting for Everyday History After students found all the information they needed, they used the software program Timeliner to put the data into graphic form.

  23. Hunting for Everyday History The final step was to add pictures to the printed timelines and put the project together.

  24. Hunting for Everyday History FINALLY, the timeline is done!

  25. Hunting for Everyday History • Curriculum connections: • Citizenship, Sociology, Ohio History, Economics • Science and Technology • Reading • Writing • Proficiency Correlation • 4th grade Citizenship: 1,2,3,11, 12 • 4th grade Reading: Strands III-IV, 11-19 • 4th Grade Writing: Strands I-IV, All • 4th Grade Science: 1, 6, 7,10 • Academic Content Standards for Social Studies: History • Grade 4: 6 • Grade 5: 1

  26. Heartland Heroes Heartland Heroes is a collaborative project between the 8th grade English teacher, the 8th grade Reading and the media specialist. Each student was randomly assigned the name of a famous Ohio hero from a preselected list. Each student had locate basic biographical information about the person as well as determining why the person would be considered a hero. Students created brochures on the Heartland Hero including pictures, biographical information and citations. Photo source:Reese V. Jenkins. "Edison, Thomas Alva"; http://www.anb.org/articles/13/13-00470.html; American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Access Date: Sat Feb 1 22:32:37 EST 2003

  27. Heartland Heroes American National Biography, SIRS Discoverer Deluxe and Encyclopedia Britannica Online provided the students with much of background information that they needed on the Ohio hero they had to research. All of these resources linked students to additional web sites from locations like the American Memory project.

  28. Heartland Heroes Curriculum connections: Reading, Writing, Social Studies • Academic Content Standards for Language Arts • Writing Conventions • Research • Communication: Oral and Visual • Information Power: Information Literacy Standards • Standard 1; 2; 3 • ISTE National Technology Standards for Students • Standard 3; Technology Productivity Tools • Standard 5: Technology Research Tools

  29. Ohio Memory Primary sources such as: Books/ pamphlets/ papers Ephemera Photographs Museum objects Archeological artifacts Microfilm/ microfiche Other

  30. Integrating INFOhio Electronic Resources and Ohio History for the Bicentennial Cathie E. Cooper Adena Local School District 3367 Co. Rd. 550 Frankfort, Ohio 45628 email: wfjnb75@prodigy.net ccooper@mail.gsn.k12.oh.us