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Library Hours 7A-3:30P M-F

Staff :

Mrs. Hall, Teacher Librarian

Mrs. Kavanagh, Library Technician

Mrs. Esposito, Library  Assistant II

Mrs. Huynh, Library  Assistant II

 

Welcome to the GOLDEN BEAR LIBRARY

FLIPSTER DIGITAL MAGAZINES

Go digital - read on any device some of your favorite magazines -  

We now subscribe to over 20 general interest magazines .  You can print, save, read back issues and download to any device. 

(Iguana, Ask  and People magazines are in Spanish)

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(no login/pass required on campus. If prompted off campus , please use Ebsco log in/password available @ the library or from your teacher.)

CATALOG - books/ebooks

SEARCH the LIBRARY CATALOG for PRINT and EBOOKS and other links to research. 

Access print and over 6,000 eBooks by Ebsco and Gale Reference and other publishers  directly from the catalog. Books are easily read online

 

 

 

 

ALL E-BOOK records are integrated into the library catalog. Search the catalog to access the ebooks.

Ebsco ebooks

If you want to check out an Ebsco eBook to a device, create a Ebsco user account and use the Ebsco ebook app or Blue Fire Reader.  (Both available at iTunes/Google Play) . Go to database help page for more information.

 

GALE  Virtual Reference Library     GALE eBook reference collection . Search the collection directly from here. Gale books can also be accessed through the library catalog. Connect directly to your Google drive.

 

Go to database help for tutorials and tip sheets for Gale , Ebsco ,Sirs and the catalog.

 

No login required on campus. Login and password required for off campus only. Password sheets are available at the circulation counter in the library.

 

Google ebooks https://books.google.com/  (search free ebooks)

RESEARCH DATABASES

EBSCO :  (General periodicals , academic journals and peer reviewed) Includes the following :

At the main search screen, choose a specific database such as :

  • Ebsco basic/advanced search and Explora (visual search) for :  Online Magazines, Biographies, Primary Sources, videos, images & more.,
  • Points of View
  • Literary Reference Center,
  • History Reference Center,

Go to the database help page  to access database video tutorials and other helpful tools for:
Ebsco features such as creating an account, saving , printing, advanced searching

SIRS database features for Issue Researcher, Government Reporter, Renaissance and WebSelect 

 

 SIRS - Social Issues Resources Series:     key issues and topics updated daily  from newspapers, magazines, journals , government and international publications that are hand selected by the SIRS staff.

  • SIRS Issues Research - covers leading issues most studied and debated by students . Reviews the pro/con viewpoints.
  • Government Reporter - Historic and government documents, directories and almanacs.
  • Renaissance- current perspectives on the Arts & Humanities.
  • WebSelect - web sites reviewed by the Sirs editorial staff. 

 

 

Bloom's Literature Examines great writers, important works, memorable characters, and influential movements and events in world literature. Full length plays included.

Infobase Video on Demand - unlimited access to thousands of full-length videos and clips on core-curriculum topics

 

Salem Press (contains : The Reference Shelf : National debates. A  comprehensive balanced coverage of an issue of importance in modern society, U.S. History documents, and decades 20s-40s)

(No login /password required on the campus network for any of the databases. At home, use the log in information provided by your teacher or from the library.)

 

Google Scholar - https://scholar.google.com/  Public access to scholarly literature and academic resources. Good starting point. For more in depth searching and access to content use the subscription databases Ebsco/Sirs.

TVHS READERS Club Corner

READ MEET CONNECT

@ the BOOK CLUB PAGE

 

1st and 3rd Monday of every month during lunch in the library

Everyone is welcome

 

 


Go to the TVHS Readers page for more information , reviews, activities and other club recommendations.