- High School
*change in 3rd/4th lunch
“Recommended Reading Lists from Children, Teachers, and Young Adults” in Reading Today, October/November 2012 (Vol. 30, #2, p. 33)
Children's Choice: http://www.reading.org/Libraries/awards/ChildrensChoices2012_web.pdf
Teachers' Choice: http://www.reading.org/Libraries/awards/TeachersChoices2012_web.pdf
Young Adult Choice: http://www.reading.org/Libraries/awards/YoungAdultsChoices2012_web.pdf
http://www.arbookfind.com (Find a book: AR levels and Point Value)
Other websites for students
Got Research? Checkout the UdLibSEARCH
What is UDLib/SEARCH?
UDLib/SEARCHis a partnership between the University of Delaware Library and the State of Delaware Department of Education to provide access to networked electronic resources and training for all Delaware public and charter schools.
When did the UDLib/SEARCH program begin?
The UDLib/SEARCH program began on July 1, 1997. Presently, UDLib/SEARCH funding has been approved for the period from July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2010.
Where are the UDLib/SEARCH databases accessible?
The UDLib/SEARCH databases are available at all computers connected to the Internet via the state network: classrooms, libraries, computer labs and offices in all Delaware public and charter schools. This includes all district offices and the Delaware Department of Education.
Can I access the UDLib/SEARCH databases from home?
Yes, UDLib/SEARCH databases can be accessed at home. Refer to the attached flyer.
Do I need special software to use the UDLib/SEARCH databases?
Yes. Each computer should have a World Wide Web browser installed, e.g. Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Safari. Adobe Acrobat should also be installed for use in viewing many of the files retrieved through the databases.
Can students print the articles found in the UDLib/SEARCH databases?
Yes. Students are able to print the articles using the printer connected to that computer.
Will I always see the full article in each of the UDLib/SEARCH databases, or are there instances in which I will only see the citation of an article?
That depends on which database you are using. For example, all magazines and journals found in SIRS Researcherare full text, while in Expanded Academic ASAP, some are full text and some have just abstracts or citations. The two online encyclopedias, Britannica Onlineand World Book Online, are entirely full text.
You may access the databases using your public library card, access through DelaWare. Need the card and your PIN.
Students can access UDLib/SEARCH from home:
MRS. JEFFERSON'S SOCIAL STUDIES CLASS SOURCE NOTES: Research Note Cards