Working on an upcoming assignment that requires MLA format and cannot decide between the MLA 7th and 8th Edition?
See below for some of the key differences when using the 7th OR 8th Edition.Speak to a Teacher-Librarian for further assistance OR see our Quick Tips section for more information on citing using MLA format.
Additional Support for Formatting and Style Guidelines:
Cool nights getting you down? Now is the perfect time to cozy up with a good book. Come to the library and sign out a new hot read and stay warm this winter.
Currently reading a great book and would like to recommend it?
Just Read It is a TDSB online forum that allows staff, students and the community within the TDSB region to share their reading experiences. Each month Just Read It draws names and awards book prizes to those students who are taking part in this forum. Interested in taking part? Click here to submit a suggestion!
For suggestions on what to read next visit the TDSB’s Reader’s Choice
Use our library catalogue to locate your next read. Feel free to suggest any books we may not have on our shelf.
Remembrance Day – November 11th
On November 11th we remember those who have fallen and who are now stationed abroad to protect the many freedoms we take for granted.
See our display table with print materials and letters from soldiers during WWI and WWII. Learn more about Remembrance Day in Canada through the Canadian Encyclopedia and our History Reference Centre which provides in-depth coverage of World History and sections on both World Wars.
The Toronto Public Library site has a wealth of information you can turn to as well. It includes large host of categorized databases and services that can be of great assistance.
Please speak to a Teacher-Librarian if further assistance is needed.
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!
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!