To refine your search by readability index, subject, type of resource and more, use More Search Options.
To review video tutorials or access a searchable knowledge base for help, select the camera and question icons.
Select Famous Person and then enter a name to select from a set of resources and timelines related to that famous person.
Select Images and then enter a keyword or phrase to find only images related to that topic from the netTrekker collection.
Select Standards and then enter a keyword or phrase to search for standards related to that topic and aligned content to help you meet instructional objectives with your students.
To begin your search, select Web and then enter a keyword or phrase. This will search all of the web resources in the netTrekker collection.
To view content for different grade levels, select the Academic Level. The default academic level can be changed in your preferences.
Use this menu to access your Profile and Preferences to change passwords or default standards and TextHelp settings.
Use this menu to access My Portfolio, Support Center, Knovation Blog and Featured Upgrades.
Explore Quickly & Learn Differently
Use netTrekker's powerful search tools to find just the right digital resources you need. Explore the many ways netTrekker can personalize the learning experience.
Use Browse to find resources organized by subjects, themes, topics and sub-topics.
Search by standard topic or subject area to find aligned learning content to address the objectives in your state or common sets of standards in which you are helping your learners reach mastery.
Search by subject, topic, time period and generate timelines that are dynamically linked to associated learning resources and connections to other timelines or topics.
Search by name, characteristic or even time period to access lists of famous people with associated learning resources.
Use Tools for additional ways to find resources aligned to standards or associated with famous people or to generate a dynamic timeline.
The Featured content tab lets you directly access resources from your school's or district's premium subscriptions that have been integrated into netTrekker.
Digital Learning Content Results
To vote on a resource, select the Like or Dislike icon. Votes are accumulated and the results are indicated in the search results.
The Texthelp feature can be used for Read Aloud, Text Definitions, Visual Definitions and Translation Support.
To select and copy the URL for a resource to your clipboard, click Copy for Citation. The information can then be pasted into a citation builder or document.
To add this resource to your My Portfolio folders, select Save.
Your netTrekker account manager can enable single sign-on and the ability to push resources into your Google Classroom courses.
Digital Learning Content Example
Use the Google Classroom integration to push the entire My Porfolio folder of resources you have navigated to into your Google Classroom course. Your netTrekker account manager can set up Google single sign-on and Classroom integration for you.
To see the folder owner, creator and other permissions, select the folder information icon. You will only see the folder information for the current folder. To see information for additional folders, navigate to the desired folder then select the folder information icon.
To add links to class blogs or other external resources not found in netTrekker, navigate to the desired folder then select Add Website.
To change the item name, description or permissions, select the edit option in the top toolbar for the current folder OR to the right of individual items in a folder.
To create folders for organizing resources, select New Folder.
To share resources with your class, school or district you can select items in your My Portfolio and Copy (place a duplicate item) into those folder locations. The original will remain in the current folder.
To move resources out of one location and into another location in My Portfolio, select a checkbox and then Move.
In order to Move, Copy or Delete items in a folder or even an entire folder, you must use the item selection boxes to select the items you wish to move, copy or delete.
Use My Portfolio to save digital content including images, timelines, and standards results and then share these resources with others in your class, school or district.