Newspapers Online

The Newseum in Washington DC offers an online database of Today’s front pages.  Select from a list or by clicking on a map.

SAT Practice!

UDLib Search offers a ‘Test Preparation’ section called “Testing & Education Reference Center.” In this database you can find SAT Prep resources AND SAT Subject Tests Prep!!   In SAT Prep you will find online practice tests, an online SAT course, SAT online books and other resources useful to ensure your success on the SAT. […]

Voices from the Days of Slavery

Listen at The Library of Congress as Former Slaves Tell Their Stories: “Approximately four million Americans enslaved in the United States were freed at the conclusion of the American Civil War. The stories of a few thousand have been passed on to future generations through word of mouth, diaries, letters, records, or written transcripts of […]

visit ur library

“Despite these gains, 775 million adults (15 years and older) still cannot read or write – two-thirds of them (497 million) are women. Among youth, 122 million are illiterate of which 74 million are female. Even though the size of the global illiterate population is shrinking, the female proportion has remained virtually steady at 63% to […]

Challenge

literacy

  Join the challenge. You can do it on your own or join the library team! See your librarian or library aide for details. “Join Students Rebuild, Save the Children and Global Nomads Group to improve youth reading and writing skills around the world! To participate, make and mail in a bookmark. For each bookmark […]

write & publish

www.inklestudios.com

“At inkle, we believe it takes great writers to tell great stories. That’s why we’ve created inklewriter, to help writers tell interactive tales with the minimum of fuss. inklewriter keeps your branching story organised, so you can concentrate on what’s important – the writing. inklewriter is a free tool designed to allow anyone to write […]

OneSearch

Search select databases (Khan, UDLibSearch, etc.) from your library catalog 1)Sign-in to the LFHS Library Catalog 2)Go to Power Search tab. 3)Scroll down & select ‘’Include Online Resources” ***You must Log-in to access OneSearch*** Contact your librarian for your log-in information:) tacarr@lf.k12.de.us  

test ur brain

During this long holiday, test your brain and take part in Harvard research;) testmybrain.org: Why Participate? Researchers at TestMyBrain have the same goal as you do — to understand a little more about your brain. By participating in these experiments, you can learn about your personality and individual aptitudes. All of our experiments are designed […]

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