Early World of Learning
Early World of Learning, World Book Online’s early childhood digital resource, is a child’s first encyclopedia, eBook, and introduction to core early concepts. With read-aloud across all functions, the 60 stories in “World of Reading” and “Trek’s Travels” tie learning together through videos, games, and printable activities. Twelve stories are available in both Spanish and English, and the worksheets also offer written instructions in Spanish. Classic songs, nursery rhymes, and fairy tales complete the program, and are often included in the lesson plan for each story.
Training: watch a recorded webinar here!
Download a MARC record: Go to the Early World of Learning home page and click on “For Educators”. The pull up menu will show “Download Marc records”, click to add MARCrecords to your collection. EWOL download includes 52 MARC records (not a single record). EWOL records must be edited to reflect the subaccount number in the base URL of each 856 field.
Each library has a specific URL for statistical purposes. At the end of the URL is subacct= and you will need to find your subacct number here: Early World of Learning sub accounts. Full URLs for Early World of Learning accounts are provided in the pdf. Below is an example of how the URL is constructed.
Pamunkey Regional Library’s subacct number is M8885 so the URL would look like this:
World Book Early World of Learning: https://www.worldbookonline.com/ewol/home?subacct=M8885
Base URL (add subacct number)
World Book Early World of Learning:
To use this graphic for Early World of Learning on your website, cut and paste the following html into your webpages. Remember to add your subacct number.
<a href=”https://www.worldbookonline.com/ewol/home?subacct=”><img src=”https://www.worldbookonline.com/assets/admin-asset/widgets/worldbook_ewol.gif” alt=”Early World of Learning” border=”0″ /></a>
Downloadable bookmark for printing.
Social Media Graphics
Download these images to feature EWOL in your social media advertising for Early World of Learning. Add your library-specific link for easy access in the post text.
Please include your name, the library name, account #, a phone number, and a detailed description of your question, concern, or comment.
For account# please use the library’s subacct number.
Request in-person training: Laura.firstname.lastname@example.org (804) 839-0042