Naumann Library News
Keeping Naumann Teachers in the Loop
Usernames and Passwords
EVERYTHING we use on our Library Website can be accessed from your classroom, at home...anywhere in the world! If you or your student needs access to a Database at home, they may need to login and use a password. A list of passwords can be found on our Library Website by clicking on the Green or Blue Stars and clicking the “database password” or “online books passwords” link. The document is password protected, but all you have to remember one little word to unlock ALL of the passwords.
Per our licensing agreements I am unable to publicly post the magic word referred to above. However, if you contact me directly I'd be happy to share it with you.
Click on the Blue Star or Green Star.
Click on the password link at the top of the page.
Enter the magic word.
Enjoy all of our online resources! :)
November and December Highlights
Take a look at what we are doing during Specials!
Developing a love of reading with the assistance of technology. Focusing on how to access:
Our Capstone Interactive Library
Accessing and using Student Google Drives and creating Google Docs.
How to use Databases effectively, focusing on Britannica Online.
How to use Databases effectively:
Developing a love for reading by exposure to many genres through the Bluebonnet Reading Program
Hour of Code
Intro to Makerspaces
Book Fair - December 7 through 11
What is a Makerspace?
In order for libraries to remain relevant in today's culture, they must be places where students want to come together and work together.