Welcome to the
BHS Virtual Library!
Empowering 21st century learners by providing connections to digital, visual, textual, and technological resources.
The physical library is open from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, but the Virtual Library is open 24/7! Use the navigation bar to the left to explore resources of the library from any computer or mobile device in the world!
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What are you looking for?
Research Tools: Includes all the sites you need to find an article or information about a subject and create a Works Cited.
Student Resources: Includes all the sites you need to be successful in high school, other than research. Ex. Google Classroom, BHS Writing Center, Virtual High School. Also includes Web 2.0 tools- various sites to help you create projects and collaborate with your classmates. Ex. Prezi, Popplet, and Padlet.
Staff Resources: Includes a variety of teaching resources including Web 2.0 tools.
Book Resources: Includes OPAC (online card catalog) and sites to help you choose your next book.
NEWS FROM THE LIBRARY
We are thrilled to announce that the BHS Makerspace is up and running!! What is a Makerspace? It's "a place in which people with shared interests, especially in computing or technology, can gather to work on projects while sharing ideas, equipment, and knowledge" (Dictionary.com). Check out this video here. Stop by the Library Seminar room to check out all the activities!
Student Library Board
Mrs. Kloepfer is looking for some students to help with choosing what books we order, organizing student events, and helping with our Makerspace. If interested, please see Mrs. Kloepfer in the library!
A Novel Idea
Did you know we have a book club at BHS? Our next meeting will be March 29th during Connections. We are reading Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25 by Richard Paul Evans. Check out your copy from the library today!!!
2017 Nutmeg Book Award Nominees are HERE!!
The Nutmeg Book Award encourages children in grades 4-12 to read quality literature and to choose their favorite from a list of ten nominated titles. All books nominated must be: recent works of fiction, with appeal for readers in grades 9-12; well-written, with vivid setting, strong characterization, striking language, a well-constructed plot, and a plausible conclusion. More information may be found at www.nutmegaward.org.
Phone: (860) 645-6874
Fax: (860) 645-8374
Mrs. Kloepfer - Librarian
Mrs. Goldsnider - Library IA/VHS Coordinator
Mrs. Armstrong - Library IA
Hours: Mon - Fri 7:00 am - 4:30 pm (school year)