Professional Resources


Technology Booking Sheet

Use this sheet to book computer labs, chromebook carts or the library mezzanine space for your class. Please note the following:

  • Booking in advance is highly recommended if you have technology preferences

  • Please avoid mass or long-term booking (anything in excess of 1 week in any given block) to ensure equitable access to resources for all

  • Be considerate of others and return any carts to their "home" when you are finished

  • For chromebook carts, it is recommended you count chromebooks before & after each block

  • Remember, students must be supervised in lab spaces at all times!

  • Additional availability in the Library Learning Commons upon request - see Allison Girard

Tutorial: Accessing District Resources (Aboriginal Education, Social Justice & Professional Collections)

Library Learning Commons Services for Teachers

Services range from locating and assembling resources, to being a second teacher available to help with your class, to helping to integrate specific information literacy skills into a unit of study, to full co-planning and teaching of a unit. Just ask.

Services Available

  • Locating and assembling of resources, including digital & print resources, from the library, other district libraries, and beyond

  • Library Learning Commons orientations for students

  • Full collaborative planning for units of study, with an emphasis on using a variety of resources and tools

  • Providing information on copyright issues

Examples of skill-based instruction available for your students:

  • using Destiny to search the library

  • inquiry-based research processes

  • note-taking

  • using reference databases effectively

  • plagiarism: what it is, and how to avoid it

  • citing sources and creating bibliographies

  • Internet searching

  • website evaluation

  • parenthetical documentation

  • annotated bibliographies

  • primary and secondary sources

  • reading non-fiction

  • using the public library