Being successful in achieving your goals takes time, determination, perseverance and overcoming obstacles and failures. Setting yourself up to be successful can be as simple as: being more organized, learning to take better notes, being an effective researcher, presenting like a pro or developing studying strategies.
The Earl Haig Library and Learning Commons can help you achieve your goals.
Visit us anytime!
Do you know the new TDSB password requirements?
When you make a new password, it MUST:
- be a minimum of 13 characters
- have an UPPERCASE letter
- have a number
- have a special character (#$%@&)
We recommend you use this formula to create a new password:
If you have any questions, please visit the library!
Happy Hallowe’en Haigers!
Come by the library, CHECK-OUT A BOOK and the library will treat you with CANDY!
The library has another treat for you! You can cite in APA or MLA in Google Docs! It even puts the References/Works Cited list in alphabetical order!
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!
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!