D.E.A.R Begins October 4th!
D.E.A.R. is fast approaching and we want you to be ready with the perfect read!
Interested in searching for a specific book title? View the following video to guide you through our new library catalogue.
Visit the library and speak to a teacher-librarian for further assistance.
Be D.E.A.R. ready for October 4th!
Forgot your password and had it reset? Haven’t logged in since last year? Watch this helpful video to guide you through the process. Come visit the library if you have questions! We are always here to help you!
Feeling a little anxious about the start of the school year? Come visit the library for perfect study guides to help you start off the school year right!
OR just need a quiet space to relax? Come zen out and colour away your stress at our Colour Me Calm Station in the library!
Looking for quality academic resources? Searching for a book to read?
The TDSB has rolled out a revamped virtual library website. Access resources from home and school. Find all the student Virtual Library resources you know and love. Sort resources by grade level, subject & resource type.
View this promotional video to see what’s new!
Welcome back to the 2016-2017 school year!
The Earl Haig SS Teacher Librarians, Mr. Kopyto, Ms. Lo Re, and Ms. Poole would like to welcome you back to a new school year! Start the 2016-2017 school year off right – we ask you to challenge yourself with a new read and checkout the resources the library has to offer!
Looking for some “good reads”? Check out our read more section (see top menu) for tips on how to choose the right books and start building your lists to borrow when the library opens.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR 2016-2017:
Do you like working with books? Are you hard-working and responsible? Interested in being part of a dedicated team of students who help make Haig a better place?
If so, the Earl Haig Library Learning Commons is looking for you! Stay tuned to this blog for details on how and when to apply.
- gain volunteer hours while working to help your school become a better learning environment!
- learn how the library works and gain research experience
- work with presentation tools (powerpoint, web-based) to help us market our services
- particpate in a leadership opportunity and gain leadership skills
- work with Teacher-Librarians in making the library a fun, dynamic place to learn
Click here for applications. Applications are due on Fri., Sept. 23rd. MANDATORY training: Tues., Sept. 27th & Wed., Sept. 28th
Please speak to a Teacher-Librarian if you have any further questions.
PASSWORD RESET REMINDER:
Over the summer student passwords were reset to the shared secret password as outlined in your school agenda: last four digits of student number + 2 digits for DAY of birth + 2 digits for MONTH of birth
Please speak with a teacher-librarian if further assistance is required.
During Exams, the library is open for quiet, individual study only from 8:30 – 1 pm.
Got some time to get distracted? Browse through one of our many library databases and learn something new! Try out the Follett Shelf for fiction online. All usernames and passwords on p23 of the agenda. Best of luck on those exams.
Don’t forget the wealth of resources available through the Toronto Public Library site. They offer a wide array of resources such as free audiobooks, ebooks, (through mobile apps) and a large host of categorized databases and services. Check out the Study Skills (Study Skills Success) and grammar practice section (Tensebuster, Mango Languages). All you