It is important for school districts to demonstrate their commitment to educate students on what it means to be a responsible digital citizen. The work begins with educating ourselves. Join the Indiana Digital Citizenship community and explore our Digital Citizenship hub to get started.
The Office of eLearning formed a partnership with NBC Learn in 2012 to make their world-class video content (more than 12,000 resources) available to all of Indiana's students and teachers. Access at http://indiana.nbclearn.com/
To learn more about this resource, view our latest NBC Learn webinar.
Moving away from traditional textbooks? Looking for digital content lessons that align to Indiana standards? Need a vetted model for curating your own resources? Begin here with digital content curated by Indiana teachers and information about Indiana's work with the #GoOpen campaign.
We curate resources by pinning to over 50 different Pinterest boards ranging from starting a 1:1 initiative to group boards on digital content. You don’t have to have an account to search our collections.http://pinterest.com/INelearn/boards/
The National Repository of Online Courses is a non-profit effort to provide media to personalize education. The Office of eLearning joined the consortia in 2012, giving Indiana educators access to their library of modular course content. Browse their offerings with the My Big Campus library, or at - Indiana's HippoCampus site. Learn more about NROC content in this archived webinar with Libby Lawrie.
Symbaloo is another featured resource that is free to all Indiana educators. Symbaloo can provide an engaging interface to organize the best things that the web has to offer your students, and share it with them in one simple page or via their app.
Get started with SymbalooEDU here.
Mobile app version view iOS here and Android here.
The Imaging and Creating Grant, sponsored by the Office of eLearning, supported the work of six Indiana districts as their teachers curated digital content during the 2013-2014 school year. To learn more about the work of these districts and how to support digital content curation at your district please visit their website.