Williamsville Jr. High School Library


 
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Research Help:
 
Son of Citation Machine -- MLA format, 7th ed.
 
Son of Citation Machine -- APA format, 6th ed.
 
REMEMBER: Always check to make sure your citations match the requirements set by your teacher(s)!
 
Questions? ASK your librarian.
Library Resources
Be sure to ask how to access these great resources away from school.
 

 Remember that, if you find a book that our library doesn't own, we can almost always order it from another library. Ask -- we'll show you how!

Do you want to check and see if one of our other schools or local public libraries has a book you are needing? By typing in our zipcode 62684 (Sherman PL) or 62693 (Williamsville PL) -- or simply increase the radius to get both  --  at I'll SHARE It, you can click and search other area libraries one at a time and can limit the search to just the items in their collection, just as you can when you search our library catalog through the link above.

Questions? Always ask your friendly library staff. We will do our best to help.

INTERESTED IN SETTING UP YOUR OWN LIBRARY ACCOUNT? It's simple! Watch this video to walk you through the process.  NOTE: You must log into Google Chrome with your school log-in and password to have access to the video.

 


Take AR tests and plan your reading by using Bookfind. Remember that the quiz information for fiction materials and many of the nonfiction books is recorded on the title page. Make sure to look up the book in Bookfind or ask for help, if nothing is recorded. There still may be a quiz available.
 
Ebsco Databases Click here to access the entire collection of databases. 


Are you researching American history and looking for great resources? Take a look through the almost 8 million items in the Digital Public Library of America! Wow!
 
 
Magazine Indices at WHS:
 
Thanks to the hard work of Mrs.  B. at the high school, the Vertical File, back issues of the magazines American Heritage and American History, and the subject-specific back issues of Calliope and Cobblestone have all been indexed. Each is keyword-searchable. Find an article you could use for your research? Ask the library for help!
 
 
For Teachers:
 
Please use this form to schedule time in the computer labs and library or to schedule one of the Chromebook mobile labs. Questions? Please ask!

Please check the CALENDAR for any conflicts and to confirm that your reserved time is correct. Click on AGENDA to more easily read. Thank you!

 
 
   Access to full-text
    articles from more
    than 500 high-quality
    education journals.
 
Our Professional Learning Community  -- Links to resources, tools and more for your classroom and you.

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