Freedom to read Week: February 21 - 27
Library activities next week:
Guess the Banned Book - enter the draw to win a certificate to Otters books.
how many banned books in our library have you read? - check off all titles you've read.
banned book reading marathon (Friday Feb. 26 , 12:30-3:15) - sign up & read the banned book of your choice all afternoon in the library. Teacher permission required....
Thanks to all those who participated in our first Banned Book Reading Marathon! We had 43 participants for a portion of the three hours and a core group of 12 participants reading three hours straight! Congratulations to the three winners of the Guess the Banned Book Draw as well: Xavier, Gillian & Kate!
New books: September
8th annual 'drop everything and read!' read-in
Once again this year, over 450 students and staff participated in the 8th annual 'Drop Everything and Read' event on Monday, October 27th. DEaR celebrates school libraries, literacy, and the simple joy and benefits of reading every day! A large majority of students and staff staged a 'read-in' throughout the main hallway, lobby, and multi-purpose room. Thanks to everyone for their continued support of DEaR!
lvreads 2014: And the winner is...
The votes are in! And in case you missed it, the winner of the 2014 LVReads is The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls! Thanks to everyone that participated this year! Join us October 2015 when we will select the best book to read from eight more finalists in LVReads 2015. And if you are interested in being a part of our selection committee for 2015 please see Mr. Yas.
check out our ebook collection!
Got a digital reader on your device? Then check out our new ebook collection! The ebooks load onto most laptops, netbooks, tablets, and smartphones. For assistance and to get started, please see Mr. Yasinchuk in the library!
what's your digital tattoo? you should know...
Last year, several UBC students and staff were asked, "If we looked you up online what would we learn about you?" Here are some of the answers. Do YOU know what we'd find about YOU? You should...
protecting your digital reputation
The Canadian Privacy Commissioner's Office recently produced a video to help Canadian youth protect their online reputation, and develop digital citizenship and promote digital literacy skills. Have a look and tell us what you think!