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  • Engaging Parents

    INFOhio will open the world of information and research to your child. Parent-provided guidance ensures materials match your child's age and maturity.

  • Expanding Your School Library

    Research shows a direct link between student achievement and school library media programs and resources. While INFOhio expands your school library’s resources beyond the walls of the school, your school librarian teaches the information and technology skills your child needs to learn and achieve for a lifetime.

  • Safe and Secure

    Ohio educators have selected INFOhio’s materials so parents can be confident that only quality information from recognized sources is available. When your child searches the INFOhio collection, the results will be reliable, current, and relevant.

  • Librarian Tested, Teacher Approved

    INFOhio gives your child the power to tap into research tools that are curriculum-related, librarian-tested, and teacher-approved. The information your child retrieves will be safe, useful, and accurate.

  • What is INFOhio?

    INFOhio, Ohio's PreK-12 digital library, works with Ohio public libraries, university libraries, and the State Library of Ohio to provide a collection of digital resources and free access to all PreK-12 educators, students, and their parents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Info for Parents

Looking for book recommendations? Help with homework? Testing next week? Use the menu to help you find information to help your child succeed in school. INFOhio's free digital resources are available for all Ohio PreK-12 educators, students, and their parents — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

A username and password are required to access INFOhio electronic resources at home. You can contact your school's library media specialist or use the Find My Password page to look up yours.

For more information on INFOhio, contact your school’s library media specialist or contact INFOhio Support for additional assistance.

INFOhio's Parent Resources pages and related materials have been developed through a grant from the Reinberger Foundation.