Student Resources


More and more of your teachers will be working with Canvas.  Ask you teacher if you forgot your login information.  Don't forget the "stu".

Go here to work on your Google Docs account.  You can type papers, create presentations, and make charts and access them anywhere with a computer and Internet.  Ask your teacher for your username and password.  Don't forget the "stu".

Tips to find what you need quickly.

Need ideas for your presentations?  Can't get Edmodo to work?  Just need help?  Try the Technology Support page.

We have books too!  If we don't have something and you really think we should buy it, but a comment in the suggestion box at the circulation desk and let us know.  We promise to try to purchase all suggestions.  Please do not put holds on items yourself (it doesn't work correctly).  Ask someone in the library to put a book on hold for you.  You can ask for books here and renew them here 24 hours a day!

If you really like a certain book, put in the information and see what it says.  We don't necessarily have every book this site tells you about.  If you find a book you would like to read that we don't have, put it in the suggestion box!

Mostly made up of lists created by others.  Great place to start if you have no idea what to get.

Research Help
The district pays for these sites that take information from lots of different sources and put them into an easily searchable place.  Some require a password while you are in school.  All require a password when you are at home.  Ask your teacher or librarian for passwords.

We do not purchase regular newspapers, but we can get them online.  

Lists of resources that will help you with various projects.  If you are looking for the sites that crazy librarian told your class about, it is probably in here.

Helps point you in the right direction when you are starting a research project.

You will need the username/password to create an account.  You can use this site to cite sources, save your bibliography, create notecards, and so much more!  Ask your librarian for the username and password so you can create your own account.

Videos for NoodleBib:

        To create an account    
        To share a project
        Typing a paper          
        Creating notecards

Free Citation Help
  • NoodleBib Express: Most free types of citations.  If you like this, we already pay for the version that lets you save citations, print pretty bibliographies, and share with project partners; you'll just need to make your own account (instructions above).

  • EasyBib: Some options require a subscription.

  • Citation Machine: This one makes citing websites SUPER easy.

  • Help from the Purdue Online Writing Lab:


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