The Garvin Library at Blue Mountain Union School
Contact Mrs. Davie at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 757-2711 x1142to arrange for borrowing books, with pick-up at school or home delivery options.You can now reserve library books online!
- Find the book you want in the catalog.
- Click the orange Request button.
- Fill in your library number. (You can call or email Mrs. Davie if you don't remember it.)
- Click Login. No password is required.
- Enter your email address or phone number (including 802) so Mrs. Davie can contact you.
- Submit your request.
Free audio and ebooks.
You will need a Blue Mountain email address to log in to the site.You can also access free ebooks and audio books from these sites:International Childrens Digital Library -- Free online picture books from many countries.Project Gutenberg -- Over 60,000 ebooksNational Emergency Library -- 1.4 million books! You will need to register, but it's free.Librivox -- Almost 14,000 audiobooksAudible -- Dozens of audiobooks which Amazon is providing free at this time.A good list of more free ebooks sites is available here at Lifewire.A good list of more free audiobook sites is available here at Lifewire.Here is a list of wicked cool story times hosted by famous authors.
For home schooling, there is a comprehensive list of online resourcesfor teachers of all kinds here.Learning Express is a resource for skill-building in reading, writing, math, and science, college admissions exams, occupational licensing tests, workplace skills improvement, career exploration,and much more. Here is a FAQ about using it.Information about free internetA map of free wifi hot spots and offers of free internet access and/or installationfrom the Vermont Department of Public Service.Research ResourcesQuality Information fromthe Vermont Online Library (VOL)
The Blue Mountain library provides access to millions of high-quality documents through the Vermont Online Library. These include full text versions of most of the magazines and journals you are familiar with, and hundreds of others as well.
It can be accessed at school or from any remote location. It does require a password, which can not be posted here. Please see Mrs. Davie if you do not have the password yet..
Access the Vermont Online Library here.
Citations Made Easy!
Information from the Vermont Online library comes with built-in bibliographic citations, but for information gathered from other sources, you might like to click here to use the Zotero website. Don't forget to use the MLA 8 version! The Purdue Online Writing Lab is a good site for help in writing and using citations.
The Dorothy Canfield Fisher Book Award Program is designed to promote the reading of quality literature in Vermont students in grade four through eight. Each year, students throughout Vermont read from a list of thirty titles and vote on their favorite.
Click to check out this year's list and find more info about the award (you'll need to scroll down a bit), or to access the Canfield Fisher blog, and see what the students think of it!