Webinars are scheduled throughout the year on high-interest topics involving the products and features of World Book Online. Many are recorded for later viewing and reference.
Check back later this year for the upcoming webinar schedule.
Inside the New World Book Online Article Page
June, 2015: We've got a brand-new look! This webinar provides an in-depth look at our newly redesigned online article pages for Kids, Student, and Advanced. You'll get to see what's new, what's changed, and why the improvement will be beneficial to you and your students and patrons.
Getting to Know Your Account Tools
May, 2015: Get an all-access pass behind the scenes in your Account Tools! In this 30-minute session, you’ll learn techniques to increase usage and visibility among your students and patrons, find tips and tricks on our Training Guide tour, and learn how to populate usage statistics to gain even more insight into your account’s activity.
Power Up Your Science and Social Studies Lessons!
April, 2015: Tune in to learn how to make the most of World Book's supplemental science and social studies learning sites. Teachers and librarians alike will value the variety of lesson plans, critical thinking questions, and activities offered on both of these sites.
Cure Summer Brain Drain with World Book's Newest Resident Kid Scientist, Dr. Mollie Cule
June, 2014: Join Dr. Mollie Cule and World Book staffers as they explore awesome science activities to help keep kids' minds sharp over the summer months! Featuring an exclusive interview with the author, and many more fun insights into Mollie's adventure.
A Journey into Timelines
April, 2014: Please join Erika Meller, Senior Digital Development Administrator at World Book, for an exclusive look inside the all-new Timelines. As one of the key contributors to the look and functionality of Timelines, Erika will share her insights and ideas for using Timelines to enhance your students' and patrons' understanding of the arts, science and technology, society and culture, sports, world history and geography, and other creative applications for this engaging and versatile tool. Moderated by Alannah Sharry, School and Library Marketing Specialist at World Book.