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If you are using Google Classroom, you can now incorporate content from _Issues & Controversies__ _into your Classroom courses with the click of a button. SHARING TO GOOGLE CLASSROOM IS OFFERED AS A FREE SERVICE.   To share content through Google Clas...
Infographics records, presenting vast amounts of information in easy-to-access charts, graphics, and tables, are now included in Issues & Controversies. FROM SEARCH: Infographics can be accessed from basic search and from the advanced search page, where...
Audio content from National Public Radio (NPR) can be accessed from selected main articles, and also from basic and advanced search. On selected main articles, links to relevant audio content is available on an article's Media tab. Audio content is iden...
Editorials from dozens of renowned newspaper sources - including the _New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post_ - are included in Issues & Controversies. To find editorials about a specific issue, you can navigate to the issue, select an a...
Citations for core _Issues & Controversies_ content, such as main articles, primary source documents and chronologies, can be exported to EasyBib. In order to access this feature, click on page tools button available at the top right of each page to exp...
If you have created a user account, also known as a folder account, you can set personal preferences that will apply to the site whenever you are signed in to your user account. Sign in to your your user account. When you are signed in your username w...
* The Download link is located within the Page Tools for each article. Click on Page Tools to expand the options. * Clicking on the Download option to open a pop-up window with options for downloading to PDF including * Select the citation format to...
Infobase Learning is strongly committed to protecting your privacy and providing a safe online experience for all of our users while offering the highest quality educational material to them. Because we gather certain types of information about and from u...
To enable the proprietary read aloud feature in IOS Devices: * Go to SETTINGS * Navigate to the GENERAL option * Navigate to the ACCESSIBILITY option * Navigate to the SPEECH option * Turn on SPEECH SELECTION * Turn on SPEAK SCREEN * Highl...
After you have created a new username and logged in, you can access your Saved Items and Search History via the drop down menu at the top right of the page.
More than 100 full-length debate videos are now available in _Issues & Controversies._ (For further information on how to access the videos, please click here [http://support.infobaselearning.com/index.php?/ICOF/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1189/0/how-to-ac...
More than 100 full-length debate videos are now available in _Issues & Controversies._ (For further information on how to view the videos, please click here [http://support.infobaselearning.com/index.php?/ICOF/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1196/0/how-to-view...
Direct access to Curriculum Tools is available from the top of every page. Just click on the Curriculum Tools link and select a tool from Tools for Students or Tools for Educators. In addition, the Curriculum Tools link found in the footer of each page ...
* Creating a user account, or a folder account, allows you to create a folder to save records, lets you access your search history, and also allows you to set user preferences. * The Create Account or Sign In link is located on the far right of the he...
The Look Up Academic Standards link is located at the bottom of all main article pages, below the Record URL and above the footer. Clicking the Look Up Academic Standards link on an article page opens a pop-up window where you can select which set(s) of...
HOW DO I CITE ISSUES & CONTROVERSIES CONTENT IN A BIBLIOGRAPHY?   The citation information found at the bottom of entries is intended to serve as an aid to compiling a Works Cited list, Bibliography, or List of References. How you cite a work in a pap...
* The Translate tool is locatedwithin the Page Tools for each article. Click on Page Tools to expand the options. * To translate an article page, click the Translate option and select a language from the Google Translate drop-down menu. * As you nav...
* The Print link is located within the Page Tools for each article. Click on Page Tools to expand the options. * Clicking this link opens a pop-up window with print options including: Print with MLA Citation, Print with Chicago Manual of Style Citatio...
* The Share link is located within the Page Tools for each article. Click on Page Tools to expand the options. * Click on the Share option to open a pop-up window with an email address and message field. * Fill out a valid email address (required) a...
* The Read Aloud link is located within the Page Tools for each article. Click on Page Tools to expand the options. * If you do not have QuickTime installed on your computer, clicking this link will prompt you to download QuickTime. * If you already...
The Educator Resources section of _Issues & Controversies_ is accessible via the a link in the footer. Clicking the link will open the Educator Resources in a pop-up window in which Issues featuring this additional content are listed. Clicking on an Iss...