Idaho Commission for LibrariesAddress: 325 W State St., Boise, ID 83702
Phone: (208) 334-2150 | In-State Toll Free: (800) 458-3271
Printed from the Idaho Commission for Libraries website: http://libraries.idaho.gov
Scout Video Collections
Scout Video Collections includes:
- Scout, Idaho Collection with online access to full-length video productions by Idaho Public Television
- Scout, Classroom Edition where Idaho teachers and students have immediate access to more than 14,000 research-based instructional resources. View a Tip Sheet for Scout, Classroom Edition.
Please check that your public access computers are equipped with updated players and plug-ins for trouble-free use of Scout. See Technical Requirements under Help Topics, Classroom Edition, for links to recommended updates.
Maximize Your Job Search
Archive Link for The Department of Labor job toolkit "Maximize Your Job Search." This toolkit is available either as a downloadable workbook or as an online series of short tutorials. During the archive, there are moments of silence. Please use this time to explore the tools. Toolkit can be accessed at http://labor.idaho.gov/jobsearch .
As a part of Idaho's online @ your library program funded through the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP), a 3-year statewide subscription to LearningExpress Library (LEL) is accessible through the LiLI Portal from November 2010 through October 2013.
|Resources and Tests in LearningExpress Library||Guided Tours|
|Popular Software Tutorials||Bookmarks|
|Available eBooks in LearningExpress Library||Images|
|Statewide Usage Reports||Press Release|
Users accessing the system for the first time will need to create a personal login and password. That personal login may be used when accessing LearningExpress Library from any Web-accessible computer.
For Access outside the LiLI Portal
To set up authentication via IP address authentication, codabar, or referring URL; contact LearningExpress Library Support.
online @ your library Connecting Resources & Partners Workshops
In the spring of 2011 workshops were held at six sites throughout Idaho. The purpose of these workshops were to connect online @ your library participating libraries and the grant partners. A four-hour session included hands-on access to the various resources available to public libraries through the project, as well as networking activity which enabled partners to meet, share and identify next steps that they can take toward working together to enhance their impact within their communities regarding workforce development.
Apangea Learning (now Think Through Math)
As a part of Idaho's online @ your library program funded through the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP), the Idaho Commission for Libraries is partnering with the Apangea Learning and the State Department of Education to expand student access to Apangea Learning.
|About Apangea Learning||Product Tours|
|Creating student accounts||View Training Archive|
By the end of the 1-hour webinar, participants will:
- Understand the purpose and scope of Apangea Learning,
- Identify how students use the system, and
- Be able to create an account for new student users of the system.
- Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
- Mac OS® X 10.4.11 (Tiger®) or newer
Two ways to get more information and/or help on using teacher accounts.
- Click on "Users Guide" on your Apangea teacher page. It's directly in the middle of the page when you log in.
- Use the "Live Support" button in the upper right of the teacher page to connect with a Customer Service Representative.