Hey friends, as we enter this month of virtual schooling, don’t forget that this website has lots of supports for your online learning, whether it’s trusted resources, ebooks, or citation help.
Email me if you have any questions or need help with your assignments:
We are excited to offer access to library books again!
You will need to reserve the book on the library catalogue (instructions attached). You will receive an email when your book is available for pickup in the front entrance.
Feel free to email me here if you need help making the system work: firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to author Courtney Summers for winning with Sadie! Fun fact, this is Summers’s fifth time being nominated for the White Pine Award and her first win.
Check out the full awards here:
And read the books this summer from TPL!
There are lots of new books in the library! You can see them on the top row of the library catalogue or come by and check out the new arrivals shelf by the checkout desk. One book we are really excited to read is Homes, a memoir about a childhood in Iraq and Syria. Here are the authors discussing the book for cbc:
Check out the new page on the Extended Essay on this site. Let me know if you have any questions or if you would like to have any materials added!
Browse the shelves or browse the catalogue (the button to your right)
Check out book trailers to get a sense of a book:
The library will be open Wednesday til Monday 8:45-12:30.
As you prepare for culminatings and exams, try to make some time for yourself to read for fun– we’ve got lots of new books and comics in the library for you to sign out and enjoy. Browse them in person or online — just click the “Catalogue” button to the right of this post!
Starting next week in the library at lunch, you can learn to make all kinds of treasures! We will have weekly drop-in craft stations set up, as well as workshops by Maker Club and Ms Anklesaria. Check out the schedule below.
Making a podcast can be a fun and interesting way to share your learning.
If you are unfamiliar with podcasts, have a listen to a few to get a sense of how they work, like this one on athletes found on player.fm.
You can use Audacity, a simple program that allows you to record and import audio, then edit it with really intuitive tools. You can access the Audacity tutorials for help getting started. This Youtube video will give you a good overview.
To plan your podcast, read this article.
Make a copy of this template (based on the article) and fill it out for your podcast plan.
Remember, when you’re making your podcast, don’t steal music! For good sources of free and copyright-free tunes, check out
Free Music Archive
Partners in Rhyme