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Gmail Tips and Tricks:

We will learn how to switch your Gmail so that all your emails are on one screen. You’ll learn how to change the look so that all the unread messages are at the top. Filtering your messages into folders, schedule send for emails, snoozing your email to appear later, and using your Gmail to create To Do lists. There are also shortcuts for searching for emails, and for moving from folder to folder. There’s lots to learn!


Book Search

Click this link to be taken to a list of great books! You'll see:
  • Summaries of the newest books in our library
  • YouTube videos from the authors, publishers, or other individuals
  • Get a look at the cover.
Check one of these out today! You won't be disappointed!
Use the Call Numbers to help you find the right book.
R = Reluctant Readers (Those who don't like to read)
YA = May contain language or content not meant for Middle Schoolers

MackinVia = Online ebooks FREE!

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E-resource

Use your E-resource card to access these sites. If you need help logging in, please see Mrs. Miller.

ebooks, audiobooks, movies and more!
Free e-books and audio books!
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