What's Included in a TeachingBooks.net License?

Easy Access for Everyone in Your Community

  • Unlimited campus and home access

    For all teachers, librarians, staff, students, and families affiliated with your institution

  • IP authentication

    Providing password-free access to TeachingBooks.net from any campus computer

  • MARC records for TeachingBooks Meet-the-Author Author Programs

    Integrating TeachingBooks’ original online material into your existing electronic library catalog

Support for Maximizing Your Use and Enjoyment of TeachingBooks.net

  • Free monthly webinars

    Live Professional Development training sessions held monthly for all your reading, library, ELA, and other personnel

  • Video demonstrations, available on-demand

    Take-a-tour demos to share the spirit and function of TeachingBooks.net

  • Regular support and orientation phone calls

  • Unlimited phone and email support

    Provided to everyone in your community

Customized Access and Content Specific to Your Community

  • Classroom-, school-, and district-specific reading list support materials

    In a single click, find materials correlated with the specific authors and titles included in your curricula.

  • Resources to support local and favorite authors

    TeachingBooks.net will attempt to interview authors when we receive requests to do so. Anyone in your community can place a request for authors we should interview.

  • Individual accounts for each school in your district

    Enabling customized access to TeachingBooks.net at the school and classroom levels

Multimedia Author and Book Resources in Support of Your Reading and Library Activities

  • TeachingBooks.net Original Resources

    Including in-studio movies with award-winning authors and illustrators, in-depth written interviews, book readings, and author name pronunciations

  • e-Newsletter subscriptions

  • The TeachingBooks.net Blog

    Articles that offer strategies for using featured resources, insights from the authors we talk to, and helpful hints from the staff at TeachingBooks.net

  • State and national reading list support

    In a single click, find materials correlated with the specific authors and titles included in your state’s reading lists and national reading lists.

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