E-Books Are Here!
GLTS selection of e-books. Downloadable to chrome book, phones, and eReaders.
Password: library (students), ebooks (teachers)
MA eBook Collection (available on Apple and Android--Axis360 App)
****See Mrs. Millette for login information****
Free e-books for works whose copyright has expired or permission has been granted for the book to be made publicly accessible.
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Welcome to the GLTS Library Media Center!
We would love your feedback! Please fill out this survey so we can better serve you and your students.
Google accounts? X2? Chrome book issue? Printing? Help Desk Ticket?
The students at the new Help Desk in the library are at your service. Stop by with your questions or call x1076.
We recently received over 700 new books in the library. The titles range from fiction to non-fiction, series to stand alone novels, memoir to graphic novels. Stop in during lunch or after school to browse the new titles. They are displayed along the window sill.
We are very excited to welcome Mrs. Jones to the Library and Technology team. She will be working very closely with teachers and students to help them get the most out of their new Chromebooks as well as the multitude of other technologies available to enhance learning. Teachers can set up appointments to collaborate with Mrs. Jones on the Instructional Technology Collaboration page. Students can look forward to reaping the benefits of Mrs. Jones expertise as she works with teachers to effectively incorporate technology into their lessons.
Author Tiffany Schmidt will be joining us at our next Reggie Book Club meeting on March 25th from 2:30-3:30 in the library where we will discuss her book Bright Before Sunrise. Her book was named one of Teen Vogue's "15 Most Exciting Books Coming Out This Year". Mrs. Schmidt will be joining us for our discussion followed by a book signing. The book is available on kindle for check out in the library or for purchase.
If you would like to get a copy to have signed Bright Before Sunrise is on sale in the library for $11 and Mrs. Schmidt's other book, Send Me A Sign is on sale for $6.
Please see Mrs. Millette in the library if you are interested in attending this exciting event.
Jonah and Brighton are about to have the most awkwardly awful night of their lives. For Jonah, every aspect of his new life reminds him of what he has had to give up. All he wants is to be left alone. Brighton is popular, pretty, and always there to help anyone, but has no idea what she wants for herself. When they are repeatedly thrown together over the course of one night, anything can happen--and does--happen.
Memorial Hall Library's 10th Annual Teen Poetry Contest
Deadline for Entries:
Friday, April 11th, 2014
All entries MUST be submitted online @ http://poetry.mhl.org
See Mrs. Millette in the library if you have questions!
The purpose of this site is to make all of the library resources accessible to you in one place. Use the side bar to navigate the site.
The "Find Information" section is your go to place for research. You can search for resources housed in the library, credible websites, and use databases to find articles, videos, audios, and books to assist you in successfully finding information for projects, assignments, and your own personal research needs. In the "Academic and Career Guides", you will find general resource information for each of your areas of study. If you are working on a specific research project, use the "Pathfinders" page to find resources specific to your project. I will be working closely with your teacher to make sure that all relevant information for your project is listed
Find a Good Book
In this section, you will find resources for finding the perfect book for you. Some are links to pages that review books for teens and some are actual book reviews that students in our school have written/created.
This section includes tools that will help you to do a number of tasks--create a citation for your research paper, tips and tricks for using Google Apps, how to print, etc.
What? Our library doesn't have the book you want? Check out your public library. They have tons of resources for you to access including ebooks and audiobooks that you can download right to your mobile device or computer.
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