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Welcome to the Bishop Stang High School virtual library and technology information center!
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Library/Technology Request

If you are interested in collaborating with Ann O'Leary for library instruction, please send an email to aoleary@bishopstang.org

      
     

    Library Instruction Classes

    Library Instruction Classes

    If you would like to schedule a library instruction class, we are happy to tailor a class to your specific needs.  Typically we offer the following classes:

    1. Searching for library resources using Koha, our automated catalog

    2. Website evaluation

    3. Database use

    4. Plagiarism and copyright fair use policies

    5. MLA citation

    6. Responsible online use

     

     

    Examples of Library Projects

    Below are a few examples of past projects produced as a result of teacher-librarian collaboration.  If you are interested in working with library resources to create a project or lesson for your class, contact Ann O'Leary.

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