How do I search the NTN Resource Library?

 

From the homepage click the "Menu" icon located in the top toolbar.

 

 

Click "Community".

 

 

Click the "NTN RESOURCE LIBRARY" tab.

 

 

Select a category to explore or type a key word in the "Search" bar.  

 

 

Once a topic is selected, use the "Filters" to find a specific item focused around the topic searched.

 

 

Select an item from the search.

 

 

From here:

1. Download the resource.

2. Get a reference number to share this resource with a colleague.

 

The NTN Resource Library is a part of the Community Tool.

Learn more about the Community Tool and how it works here.

 

 

Echo is constantly being improved based on the feedback from users and we strive to keep our documentation up to date.  If this document doesn’t match what you are seeing in Echo, please let us know.

 

 

 

 

Documentation for Prior Interface

The NTN Resource Library is collection of materials commonly used by our coaches to support schools and teachers.  Topics include PBL unit design, building a positive culture, assessment, scaffolding and more.  

Note: This portion of The Community Tool is currently under construction, but you can still search it and find items that will assist you.  Come back often as new items are constantly being added.

Video: How do I search the NTN Resource Library?

- Click on the Community Tool on the lefthand side

- Click on the NTN Resource Library Tab

Then choose the category you would like to explore or type a keyword into the search bar.

You can search this category as well as filter by type of item.

Click on the item that fits your needs.

At this point you can get a reference number that you can cut and paste into an email to a colleague so they can simply paste that number in the search bar and quickly get to this item.

Additionally, you can download attached resources, click links and explore this resource.

The NTN Resource Library is a part of The Community Tool.

How do I use the Community Tool?

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