Digital Content Portal
Member Resources

Explore the World from Your Classroom

Unlock new adventures for your students in a safe place to learn, discover, and create. A comprehensive online library of encyclopedias, magazines, newspapers, videos, and e-books, the digital content portal (DCP) provides a wide range of additional instructional materials to accelerate student achievement.

SUBSCRIPTION RESOURCES:
CALIFORNIA STREAMING provides top-quality video to California districts and schools featuring 24/7 on-demand and downloadable video, audio and images. California Streaming is the only K-12 education community-owned and maintained multimedia provider featuring videos and e-resources aligned to the California Common Core State Standards.


EBSCO provides grade level periodicals, from primary source documents translatable into over 30 languages. This resource subscription includes specialized databases for history, science, and a teacher reference center.

EBSCO ebooks collection contains over 170,000 titles chosen to support a quality learning experience for K-12 students across all subject areas. All students in a classroom may access the same book at the same time. This collection of eBooks aligns with Common Core Curriculum Standards and features Teacher Resources to support eBook use by elementary and secondary school educators.

TEACHINGBOOKS.NET is an online library resource that features both fiction and nonfiction books and authors: author videos, book summaries, and instructional guides, lesson plans, audio of authors reading sections of their books and more.

WORLD BOOK provides grade level encyclopedias, including specialized databases for early literacy, Spanish, and research skills from 7 World Book resources. Articles can be translated into over 90 languages.


ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

ONLINE/BLENDED LEARNING (also known as hybrid or mixed-mode courses) are classes where a portion of the traditional face-to-face instruction is replaced by web-based online learning.

OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES (OERs) are freely accessible, openly licensed text, media, and other digital assets that are useful for teaching, learning, and assessing as well as for research purposes.

TECH TOOLS or Web 2.0 tools are online resources that allow users to create and teach curriculum content, store data, video, photos, as well as collaborate amongst teachers, students, and parents in and outside of the classroom setting.