Our Rights! - Oct 26, 2020. Vol 1. No. 11
Taking a BREAK! - Oct 12, 2020. Vol 1. No. 10
Inspiration - Oct 5, 2020. Vol 1. No. 9
Banned Book Week - Sept 28, 2020. Vol 1. No 8.
Doing Our Part - Sept 21, 2020. Vol 1. No 7
We Need More of This - Sept 14, 2020. Vol 1. No 6.
What's the Story - Sept 7, 2020. Vol 1. No 5.
The Library of the Future - Aug 31, 2020. Vol 1. No 4.
Try Something New - Aug 24, 2020. Vol 1. No 3.
Library Access and Recourses - Aug 17, 2020. Vol 1. No 2.
Welcome Back - Aug10, 2020. Vol 1. No 1.
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Library of Congress - Use and Reuse Photos
Pixabay is one of my go-to sites for public domain images. Pixabay also offers public domain video clips that you can download for free. To find video clips on Pixabay simply choose "video" from the drop-down menu that appears in the right edge of Pixabay's search box.
Dig CC Mixter offers thousands of songs that are Creative Commons licensed. The site is divided into three main categories. Those categories are Instrumental Music for Film & Video, Free Music for Commercial Projects, and Music for Video Games. Within each category you can search according to genre, instrument, and style. When you click the download icon on a file you will be prompted to copy the attribution information that is required to include in your project. Here's a little video overview of Dig CC Mixter.
1. Overdrive 2. LoyalBooks 3. Storynory (also for kids) 4. Librivox 5. Lit2Go 6. Project Gutenberg 7. Podiobooks 8. Thought Audio 9. OpenCulture 10. MindWebs
Free Images, Copyright, And Creative Commons: A Simple Guide For Students And Teachers
HSI presents students with historical cases to "crack" through the use of evidence found in the form of primary source documents.
There are thirteen cases in which students analyze "clues" found in primary sources in order to form a conclusion to each investigation. For example, in the case of The Boston Massacre students have to decide if justice was served. HSI provides students with "case files" on which they record the evidence they find in the primary source documents and images they are provided. HSI provides templates for students to use to record observations from the evidence.
HSI. produced by the College of William & Mary School of Education, University of Kentucky School of Education, and the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Program. My video overview of HSI is embedded below.
There are over 500 different titles in the MS Book Room. Please review this list in Excel to find out how many copies of each title in a variety of formats we have in the MS Book Room. In order to find out where multiple copies of a particular title are located in the school and whether they are available for use or checked out search either Destiny Discover or Destiny Classic below.
Please contact the library if you need any assistance.