ST. ELIZABETH SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER
Teaching and learning based on flexible and technologically-enhanced learning spaces, the Library is committed to preparing students for a complex future in a global world.
By providing a dynamic learning environment, combining innovative teaching practices and technologically-enriched learning spaces, students will become intuitive, motivated and reflective learners.
The cultivation of information literacy skills and critical thinking processes will enable students to negotiate the challenges and embrace the opportunities of an increasingly complex and interconnected world.
Please look to our digital library collections, ways in which students and faculty can check out books and use our public library systems.
St. elizabeth school library
Search the STE Library database for available books. In order to check out a book you need four things:
1. Make sure the book is available
2. Call Number
3. Name of Author
4. Title of Book
For example: 92 F828 Anne Frank: the diary of a young girl Frank, Anne
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Browse, search and discover.
There are thousands of e-books and audiobooks, hand-selected by your public library, available for reading. Explore the collection through catalog guides, subjects, featured titles and curated lists. Discover new books through Libby, the APP or through your Internet Browser. All you need is your library card.
Scholastic Learn-at-Home provides day-by-day projects to get kids reading, thinking and growing. Weekly activity plans are organized by grade levels PREK-9. Includes links to a new program, Dav Pilkey at Home, with a new video and activities posted each Friday by the creator of Dog Man and Captain Underpants.
cOMMON SENSE MEDIA
OWL PURDUE WRITING LAB
OWL Purdue Writing Lab
When you use the words or original ideas of another person in your writing, you need to document, or give credit to, the sources of those words or ideas. If exact words from the original are used, quotation marks are necessary. If you paraphrase, or restate the idea in your own words, quotation marks are not required, but documentation of the source is still required.
Copying someone else's work or ideas and misrepresenting them as your own is called plagiarism. Committing plagiarism, whether intentionally or unintentionally, is a violation of academic integrity and can result in suspension from school. The best way to avoid plagiarism is to:
•Take good notes and record important citation information (author, titles, dates, pages, etc.)
•Avoid copying and pasting from the Web and other electronic resources
•Use your own ideas and words
•Give credit for copied, adapted, or paraphrased material using a proper citation style
STUDY SKILLS FOR STUDENTS
Study Skills for Students
Active listening, reading comprehension, notetaking, stress management, time management, testing taking, and memorization are only a few of the topics addressed in this resource for students to learn more effectively and efficiently.
Books and Literature Resources
read, wonder, and learn
Favorite Authors and Illustrators Share Favorite Resources for Reading and Learning Anywhere with Read, Wonder, and Learn
This award-winning children’s literacy website, hosted by author Kate Messner, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations. Includes "everything from first-chapter and picture book read-alouds (all shared with permission!) to drawing and writing mini-lessons."
New material is added daily!
Epic is thoughtfully created with engaging stories and fun characters that your family will love! Find these stories and other adventures filled with humor and heart that will encourage a lifelong love of reading and learning. Access to thousands of high quality books online.
Check with your teacher for the class code.
The Mission of Our Library
To empower students and faculty to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers and ethical users of ideas and information.
During the summer of 2019, our Library was gifted a generous donation to provide a much needed facelift. This design included student friendly bookshelves, new carpet and paint, a MakerSpace and a learning space with whiteboard, interactive projector and audio system.
Enjoy the video of this transformation.