Monthly Archives: November 2012

On the Twitter

The library is now pressing your buttons on Twitter too! You can read our junk and follow whatever we find interesting enough to retweet here. ‘What will you say?’ You say. We will be writing about new acquisitions, posting links … Continue reading

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As everyone is now no doubt aware, we were in thrall to a 52% eclipse this morning at 8:06am. Some of you may have seen me stalking around the grounds with my home-made eclipse viewer (a piece of cardboard with … Continue reading

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Installing the ClickView Player

If you don’t have the ClickView Player (icon pictured below) on your desktop then you should. Installing the player allows you to share all of the amazing resources on ClickView with your students. Once you have the player you can … Continue reading

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WWotW: C.S.I. Canine Sniffer Intelligence

This week’s WebLinks Website of the Week is C.S.I. Canine Sniffer Intelligence! Fans of Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? may feel that software technology has taken a step backwards since the eighties but we don’t really want our … Continue reading

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WebLinks Website of the Week (WWotW)

This week’s WebLinks Website of the Week is Birds in Backyards! This great little site provides information on the type of birds you might be seeing at home, on your way to school or around the school grounds. It also … Continue reading

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Bring Your Book to School Week

We have created Bring Your Book to School Week as a fun way to get some of our overdue books back before we start really pestering people towards the end of the year. Feel free to make a big deal … Continue reading

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