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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/17405

Title: The Power of One: Getting to Know the Ontario Educational Resource Bank
Authors: Hannaford, Julie
Keywords: OERB
Ontario Educational Resource Bank
e-LO
e-learning Ontario
educational resources
learning objects
Issue Date: Jan-2009
Publisher: Ontario School Library Association
Abstract: Do you find yourself on an ongoing hunt for resources which will help you in your lesson planning? Have you often wished for an online site that would allow you to find resources that will engage and interest your students? One tool that can help you with these quests is the Ontario Educational Resource Bank (OERB: http://www.elearningontario.ca/eng/bank/Default.aspx), an online library of educational resources. Repositories like the OERB have sprung up on an international basis. What sets this one apart and makes it so important to the teaching and librarian community in Ontario is that it contains content directly related to the Ontario curriculum. Resources are contributed by teachers and teacher-librarians from around the province. Grades, courses, strands and expectations are all browsable, making it a powerful resource for Ontario educators.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/17405
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