ed1stop - For Students & Parents
NCOE ed1stop Coordinator: Seana Wagner
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The Napa County Office of Education presents ed1stop, a website portal acting as a personal gateway for Napa County teachers and students with free access to both subscription-based services and educational Web sites. Students using the portal will find interesting programs that can help with reports, projects, and skill-building in a fun and engaging environment.
How Do Students and Parents Access ed1stop?
Accessing ed1stop is easy!
1. Find out your login and password:
a. Ask your teacher.
b. Email ed1stop Coordinator Seana Wagner with your school and teacher name.
2. Go to the NCOE homepage
3. Enter your username and password in the ed1stop login box. This will link you to the ed1stop portal.
Once logged in to the ed1stop portal, choose one of the tabs at the top of the home page to explore Discovery Education Streaming, Associated Press Archives, Calisphere, Education City, Thinkfinity and much more.
Note: The first time you attempt to log on to Discovery Education Streaming via the ed1stop portal, you will be asked to fill out a short form. Simply type in the information in the boxes with an asterisk (*). You can create a username and password, but you won't need it again. Log off ed1stop, wait 10 minutes, then log back in and open Discovery Education Streaming again. You will now be able to access all of the free and subscription content without entering any additional usernames or passwords.
What Will I Find in Ed1Stop?
Discovery Education Streaming is an online resource that allows teachers, students, and their parents to download educational videos from the Internet straight onto their home or classroom computers. The Discovery Education Streaming site offers over 4,000 educational videos searchable by subject, grade level, and California content standards. Engage students today with awe-inspiring video and other classroom resources.
The Associated Press, Founded in 1846, is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information. AP Images, a division of The Associated Press, is one of the world's largest collections of historical and contemporary imagery.. For more than a century, AP photographers have captured the greatest moments in history, news, sports and entertainment, receiving 30 Pulitzers and numerous other awards in honor of their contribution to the images that shape our world. Teachers and students have access to the AP Image library, for use within copyright restrictions, through this ed1stop service.
Calisphere is the University of California's free public gateway to a world of primary sources. More than 150,000 digitized items - including photographs, documents, newspaper pages, political cartoons, works of art, diaries, transcribed oral histories, advertising, and other unique cultural artifacts - reveal the diverse history and culture of California and its role in national and world history. Calisphere's content has been selected from the libraries and museums of the UC campuses, and from a variety of cultural heritage organizations across California.