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Vegas PBS launches online education portal for teachers, students

by Nevada State News

LAS VEGAS – Perhaps anticipating distance learning when school resumes this fall, Vegas PBS has launched OnePlaceNevada, a statewide educational resource portal for educators and students.

Created through a grant from–and in partnership with–the Nevada Department of Education (NDE), OnePlaceNV houses hundreds of thousands of instructional media resources aligned with Nevada Academic Content Standards. Some of the digital databases available at OnePlaceNV include: Learn360, EBSCO Host, PBS Learning Media, The Library of Congress, Khan Academy, and more.

The site includes a number of classroom-ready tools, including videos, audio clips, photos, lesson plans and interactive activities. It’s also searchable by keyword, grade, subject, or resource type.

Educators and students can access the portal at oneplacenv.vegaspbs.org, and each school district in Nevada will be provided login credentials for access. Additional questions about logins can be emailed to emsinfo@vegaspbs.org.

As Vegas PBS launches the site it’s inviting Nevada educators to participate in the first of a series of Technology Tuesday webinars, scheduled for the third Tuesday of every month at 3:30 p.m. The webinars will continue through December 2020. To register, visit oneplacenv.vegaspbs.org.

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