The 2018 NYS Global History and Geography Transition Regents Exam is scheduled for Tuesday, June 5 at 9:15 am.
Click here to find an hour long regents review video, along with a wealth of study resources.
This video will also air on WXXI on May 22nd at 5:00 pm. After this date, it will also be accessible in our Safari Montage Video Streaming Service.
NovelNY is a statewide virtual library provided free to the public by the New York State Library. It is currently a project funded through the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant to the New York State Library by the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Serivces (IMLS).
Each school has a selection of databases available to their students through this service. In order to track your statistics, you’ll need to know the links through which your students will access these databases. To find them, go to the NovelNY Lookup ID page.
Once there, type your school name into the search box. Select your school from the list and it will deliver a page of links to you.
Over April break, we updated to SAFARI Montage v7.1.27. You’ll notice that it has a new clean and streamlined design that can be immediately seen when logging into the dashboard. The Search interface is much cleaner with filtering options available at the top of the page.
The functionality is the same, except for some new additions. Download our documentation to learn about all of the new Safari enhancements.
Did you know that every public school district in the Monroe One BOCES region is part of our Model Schools coser? That means you have access to borrow some technology tool kits. Kits include robots, virtual reality kits, and more! Training to use the equipment is provided by the Model Schools department or for Librarians by Liesl Toates.
You can see what’s available at the Model Schools Instructional Technology Blog Remember these resources are limited and available to all public school teachers and librarians in the region, so they are frequently checked out.
The 3 Apples Book Award nominees have been announced and it’s up to your students to READ READ READ! This is the only award where kids nominate and vote for books for kids! The voting will take place in April. Each child has one vote cast at either their school or public library.
Winners will be announced online at www.nyla.org/3apples
The list of nominees, further information, and marketing materials can be found online at: The NYLA 3 Apples Website
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