Glass Library Staff Newsletter
- How to create Noodletools accounts to Mr. Wood's advanced English literature classes
- How to cite sources in MLA format to Mr. Wood's advanced English literature classes
- How to compose notecards in Noodletools for a Holocaust research project to Mr. Wood's advanced English literature classes
Other collaborative efforts for the month of March included:
- Called 21 parents about having their student return his/her Trigonometry textbook for use by second semester classes
- Provided a testing location for the writing SOL tests
- Provided a location for the National Spanish exam and National French exam
- Pulled possible resources for a serious interpretation assignment for Mr. Bowling's public speaking students
- Participated in an interview and answered questions for a librarian working on her master's degree
- Instructed students in Mrs. Wolk's and Mrs. McCormick's advanced world literature I classes about which book selections qualified for their 4th nine weeks' independent reading assignment
- Recorded Ed Tarkington's discussion with Mrs. Worsham's second period AP English class (The library has two signed copies of his new book for those of you who are interested.)
- Maintained an accurate list of which students in advanced Geo/Trig needed textbooks, assigned and delivered them as they were returned
- Scanned items for Mrs. Burns to use in a Google slides presentation
Please let us know if we can help you in any way.
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The Wonder of Will Live
"To commemorate the day of Shakespeare’s birth, and death, April 23, the Folger will host an international live streaming event from the historic Paster Reading Room in Washington, DC. A diverse array of actors, community leaders, artists, and scholars will share their connections to Shakespeare through compelling performances and personal stories.
Watch the broadcast LIVE on C-SPAN2 Book TV on Sat, April 23, noon - 1pm ET."
Information taken from the Folger Shakespeare Library website.