Library Resource Portal
Access to digital content (ELM, PebbleGo, ProQuest, etc), Destiny Discover Library Catalog, e-books, and much more!
LINCOLN LIBRARY NEWS FEED:
Thanks to an ISD761 Foundation Grant, we are welcoming authors Miranda and Baptiste Paul to our district November 12-13, 2018. To learn more about our guests, please visit www.mirandapaul.com and www.baptistepaul.net.
The 2018-19 Star of the North and Maud Hart Lovelace Nominees were recently announced. Click the links for a complete list.
The 2018 Newbery and Caldecott Award Winners Have been Announced! To read about all of this year's awards and honor books, click here.
Hello Universe, the 2018 Newbery winner, is a story of a bond that forms between a diverse group of middle school students as a result of a shocking act of bullying. In Wolf in the Snow, winner of this year's Caldecott Award, a girl and a wolf cub make friends in a snowstorm in this delightful wordless book.
Check out our Library "Shelfies" next time you visit the library! There are some great reading ideas on the wall! Stop and see Mrs. Pelton if you'd like to add your Shelfie to the wall.
Classroom / Media Specialist Collaboration
The district media specialist regularly works with classes on inquiry and research projects, accessing and utilizing credible sources, and how to use our district's library resources. I am also available to help your classes learn digital citizenship, produce student creations such as book trailers or e-books, and much more! If you'd like to propose an idea or schedule something, please click here.
For more information, contact Jane Carlson, District Library Media Specialist
The Library Media Department strives to meet the needs of students and staff by providing equitable access to print and digital information, curating library collections that represent the diversity of people and ideas, and facilitating a safe, collaborative, inclusive environment.