Informational and Media Literacy
Collaborate with Mrs. Woodall to help teach students how to find, evaluate, use, and synthesize information in their research papers and projects.
Citing Sources/Avoiding Plagiarism
Tutorials, citation generators, and other online resources to help you cite your sources and avoid plagiarism
How do I?
Print and video tutorials that answer frequently asked questions about using Google apps, technology, and the library.
Mrs. Woodall can help connect students with the right book for their interests. In addition to teaching students how to search our library catalog effectively and efficiently, she is also available to do book talks with classes.
In addition to our new book display, we change our main displays throughout the year to highlight different genres and different books.
Curation and Resource Lists
Mrs. Woodall can curate print and digital sources for classroom projects. She also frequently creates resources lists of books for teens on given topics.
Chromebook Support for Students
Visit the library if you need help logging in to your Chromebook or if you need to report damage or loss.
Tech Integration for Faculty
Work with Mrs. Woodall to integrate a tech tool into your instruction for a more student-centered classroom.
We have four printing stations for the needs of our students.
We have three iPads available for in library use for students who need an option to film for class projects.
The library has a full size green screen for use in the library. It can also be transported to other classrooms for class projects. We have a few tripods that can work with phones and iPads.
We also have portable green screens to check out to take home.