ABC-CLIO’s database contains more than a million primary sources and images
For the month of April, digital curriculum resource ABC-CLIO is providing complimentary access to its 15 online databases to celebrate School Library Month. Students and educators will have access to a collection of more than 1 million online textbooks and image databases that can be used for instruction on subjects, such as social studies, the language arts, and science.
“Libraries and the resources they provide for educators and students foster a deep level of personal and academic growth in and out of the classroom,” said Becky Snyder, ABC-CLIO President. “By offering open access to all of our digital resources, we’re carrying on a proud tradition that continues to transform education through strong library programs in our schools.”
The digital resources offer both primary sources and images, providing a guide for students as they explore key historical moments and develop critical thinking skills through primary source analysis, persuasive writing, and argumentation. Through online multimedia content, ABC-CLIO Solutions also helps facilitate flipped and blended learning environments and differentiated instruction through many customizable instruction activities for students and teachers.
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