As the school year is well underway and assignments / tests start to accumulate, we have many resources that may be of assistance to you.
Browse through one of our many library databases when finding reliable information for that upcoming research project. All usernames and passwords can be located on page 22 of the school agenda.
The Toronto Public Library site has a wealth of information you can turn to as well. They offer a wide array of resources such as free audiobooks, ebooks, (through mobile apps), and material in a variety of languages. It also includes large host of categorized databases and services that can be of great assistance. Check out the Study Skills (Study Skills Success) and grammar practice section (Tensebuster, Mango Languages). All you need is a Toronto Public Library card to begin your adventure!
Interested in joining the White Pine Reading Club 2016/2017?
SAVE THE DATE!
The reveal party for the 2016-2017 titles will be on Tuesday, November 1st at 3:45 pm in the library.
Please fill out the Registration Form to confirm your attendance for our first meeting. Snacks will be provided :)
For further details about White Pine Reading Club, please visit the Earl Haig White Pine Website or speak with Teacher-Librarian!
Cozy up & fall in love with a NEW read just in time for FALL!
Come by the EHSS Library Learning Commons for assistance in finding the perfect read for fall & D.E.A.R.. Visit our newest subscription NoveList Plus, a premiere database for reading recommendations. It is a comprehensive source of information about books that includes expert recommendations, reviews, articles, lists and more. If interested in an E-book, visit Destiny Discover.
Be sure to checkout the EHSS School Library Catalogue for new titles & popular reads among our student body!
Also, take a look at the latest reads for teens at the Toronto Public Library! Click here to see what’s new in Teen Fiction.
Please speak with a Teacher-Librarian (Mr. Kopyto, Ms. Lo Re, OR Ms. Poole) if further assistance is needed!
The Reference Desk is a helpful area for you to get information on how to cite sources properly (in APA and MLA), how to improve your writing and oral presentation skills and a quiet place to work. We have two copies of the updated TDSB Green Research Guide (2017) available for use while in the library! An online version of the Green Research Guide is available on our website (under Key Resources) and the password is in your agenda (pg. 24).
Sit and cite!
Also located on the desk is information for how to and what you need to get a Toronto Public Library membership! Click this link to get more information! The North York Library is a great place to go when the Haig Learning Commons is closed!
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!