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This week, the Library Learning Commons will work with Gr. 10 Civics classes to help them decipher Fact from Opinion in articles from our Canadian Points of View database (username/password in front of agenda, p22 ). We will also be using Comic Life with Gr. 9 Science classes to make some dynamic presentations.
Plan ahead knowing there will be limited access. Please respect the classes that are in session and remain quiet.
The Library will be closed:
Wednesday: Period 2
Thursday: Period 2
The library is reserved for quiet work when a lesson is being taught. Do your part to keep the Library fully accessible during lunch periods: work quietly.
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Want to find out what all the buzz around PREZI is about? Come out to the Library workshops on this dynamic online collaborative presentation software this Monday and Friday.
Who are you online? How much do we want to share about ourselves? How much are we sharing without even knowing it? Curious? Read ◙Five Hidden Dangers of Facebook. View an English class working on grappling with these issues and raising awareness of how these issues affect us all online.
This week (April 11 – 15) Library workshops are happening:
Monday: Period 2
Tuesday: Period 2
Wednesday: Period 1, 3, 4 & 5 – A Special Day of Training on Read and Write Gold
Thursday: Period 3
Friday: Period 2 & 3
The library is reserved for quiet work when a lesson is being taught. Please arrive in the first ten minutes of the period if you want to use the library when a lesson is being taught.
Writing an essay or research project? Want to try a quick and easy way of keeping your sources together with your notes? Well try EasyBib’s Notebook online software. You’ll also find help with creating embedded citations and avoiding plagiarism. ◙Click here to register for an account and ◙email ehsslibrary[at]gmail[dot]com for the EHSS coupon code (or ask any teacher-librarian). To see the video below in full screen, click the icon to the left of screenr at the bottom right of the video. **And by the way, teachers, this is a great companion to ◙TurnItIn.