TexQuest training is available:
The school or district librarian/technology specialist is the best source for local training.
Customize Your Own Training
Super-powered Instructional Materials - TexQuest Overview with focus on classroom uses
Accommodate ALL Students with TexQuest - Accommodations for EL and SPED
TexQuest + Digital Tools: Powerful Partners Spark Student Creativity - backward design examples connected to a website w/resources
Google and TexQuest - how to find Google Drive and Google Classroom features in all TexQuest Content
College and Career Connections w/TexQuest - featured resources for CCMR
TexQuest and CTE - featured resources for Career and Technical Education
TexQuest: It's Elementary - Elementary librarian panel for TCEA
These Ain't Your Momma's Databases - Promoting TexQuest to students and educators
What Will You Do with All Those eBooks? - Summary of eBook and literature resources in TexQuest
13 Ways TexQuest Helps You Connect with Students - TexQuest Contents and Features for Educators
TexQuest Digital Resources to Support Accommodations - TexQuest resources for SPeD
Digital Support for EL and Dual Language - Translatable and authentic Spanish resources
The Power of Persistent Links - Sample slides linking resources, lists, and databases
TexQuest providers have created training resources for educators who will conduct professional development on TexQuest at their districts and campuses. Watch the video, navigate the resource, and help your teachers integrate technology into their lessons. Additional training resources are available from each provider. Please visit their pages directly at Connect > Provider Support.
Funding for TexQuest is provided in part by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services in combination with state and local funds.