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Trial: netTrekker d.i. [Differentiated Instruction]

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Nebraska libraries are being offered free, trial access to the netTrekker d.i. (differentiated instruction) search engine through March 31,2007.

According to the vendor, here are just a few ways that netTrekker d.i., the latest version of netTrekker, the award-winning search engine for schools, supports educators as they differentiate their instruction to help every child achieve:

  • Access more than 180,000 educator-selected online resources organized by readability level and aligned with state standards.
  • Quickly and easily find resources for general-education students, ELL/ESL students, those working below or above grade level, those with reading challenges, special needs and more.
  • Exciting new features include:
    • Search for Resources by Readability Level
    • Customized ELL Content
    • Dictionary/Translation Hot Key
    • Safe, School-Friendly Image Search
    • Read Aloud
  • With netTrekker d.i., your educators and students spend less time searching for resources and more time teaching and learning!

To view a Flash or HTML Demo of netTrekker d.i. go to:

Trial URL:

The trial username and password were distributed via a March 5, 2007 message to the TRIAL mailing list. If you are a Nebraska librarian who did not receive this information or would like to have it sent to you again, please email databases.

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