Mrs. Bardi's Virtual Library
Stop in and see the new Media Center glass cabinets that are enjoying spring. May is celebrated by learning about famous people whose birthdays occur during this month. Enjoy the National Baseball League season. Stop in and see newly acquired fiction books. Traveling to different parts of the world are fascinating to learn about the history, culture, and people of the country. This month, we are continuing to visit countries in Europe and Asia. We are discovering how the Media Center is transforming into a makerspace.
Please visit soon.
Destiny has a new feature called Destiny Discover where after you log in, you can listen to audiobooks or read ebooks. To get back to the homepage, exit the page.
Try this new feature today.
Nooks are available for check-out. The Nook Glowlight Plus eReaders are now available for checkout after an acceptable use policy is signed.
Find ebooks to check out from Destiny.
Download the app to read the book on your device!
- Destiny is the online catalog for print and electronic resources in Wayne Valley Media Center available in school, at home, and on your smartphone. On your computer, go to: http://library.wayneschools.com and click on Wayne Valley Media Center. The catalog tab will allow you to search for materials. Discover the digital resources in Destiny which include Nooks, audio CD's, online ebooks through FollettShelf and additional audiobooks through Catalist, playaways, and DVD's. On your smartphone, download the Destiny app. To access the FollettShelf, log into Destiny with your six-digit ID number and your birthdate, and click on the Catalog tab, You will see a tab for "FollettShelf" which hosts the ebooks. Click on any book to read. It will be checked out to you for two weeks and will be automatically returned to the library at the end of the check-out period. You may continue to read this book on that specific computer. You will also see a tab for Digital Resource Links. When you click on that link, it will direct you to Catalist Digital Audiobooks. You can now listen to Lord of the Flies, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Dubliners, Annabel Lee, The Book Thief, Cask of Amontillado, Daniel X Game Over, Divergent, or The Real Real. On the computer, you may listen to the book. To download the book, you must download the Catalist app for your smartphone. See Mrs. Bardi if you have any questions.
- Destiny is mobile! On your smartphone, go to your App store and search for "Destiny Quest." You will be asked to enter a web address. Enter library.wayneschools.com and click on Wayne Valley. You should now be able to access Destiny. Notice the web 2.0 features that are enabled. Become friends with other students and recommend books to one another. Put the books you have read in "MyQuest Shelf," the books you want to read, and the books you are currently reading. Search Wayne Valley's online catalog at any time.
- The New Nook Glowlight Plus eReaders are in! Download the Acceptable Use Policy, have it signed, and come to the Media Center to check one out. Use Destiny to see what books are on the Nooks. Go to: http://library.wayneschools.com, click on Wayne Valley, then Catalog. Search Nook and read about the books that are on each Nook.
- Visit Mrs. Bardi's SchoolFusion Media Center page located in your course selection as "Media Center". Each grade has their own welcome note. Watch the video booktrailers created by the Wayne Valley Media Center staff. At the bottom of the page are folders for Technology handouts that include directions for creating a movie using Windows Movie Maker for Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. Directions for creating powerpoint projects, converting them to images, and uploading them to Movie Maker are also in the folder. In the Media Center handouts folder are the online database pamphlets and directions for creating a works cited page for your research paper in MLA format.
- Volunteer at the Wayne Valley Media Center today! Several students are coming in either during their study hall or during part of their lunch period. The students are creating book displays, shelving books, shelf reading, assisting in the processing of new materials, and learning how to work in a library. You can do it, too! Stop by when you have a chance to take part in these activities and more!
- Click on Research Resources to locate information on Destiny (the online card catalog), Online Database links, Search Tools, Web Evaluation, Plagiarism, Subject Resources, and Works Cited information. Lists for Literary Criticism, Office Reserve, Historical Fiction, New Books, and Vertical Files topics and corresponding websites are provided.
Locate information for your research requirements including Destiny, Print Materials, Online Databases, Subject Resources, How to do the Works Cited page, Search Tools, Web Evaluation, and Plagiarism.
Click here to find your teacher specific project including websites and online databases for each topic.
Find out the tasks necessary to creating a great webquest.
Following are links to sites that recommend great books for your reading pleasure. Lists for all types of genre are included.
Find out the book that the faculty are reading for their next meeting.
Learn about Wayne Valley Media Center's Mission Statement, goals, philosophy and the student agreement.
This folder contains lists for the titles and authors of works found in Novels for Students, Drama for Students, Poetry for Students, and Short Stories for Students. Next to each entry is the volume that the criticism may be found.
This folder contains the former MLA 7 format. Use MLA 8 if you are directed to use the latest version.
Instructions for Movie Maker and the types of audio and video files that may be embedded into your project are included. Added are instructions for creating an MP3 audio podcast using audacity.
Download the Axis 360 app on your Apple or Android smartphone. Choose Wayne Valley High School and log in with you school computer credentials. Scan the list of books and check one out.
MLA has released its newest version of creating citations. This is the explanation and examples of the new format.
Download this file to view the ebooks on the Simple Touch Nook eReaders.
Download this file to view the ebooks on the Glowlight Nook eReaders.
Nook Glowlight Plus is the latest Nook. Download this file to view the ebooks on the Glowlight Nook Plus eReaders.
Please download the attached Acceptable Use Policy if you wish to borrow a Nook eReader.
This powerpoint will guide you when you begin your research paper. It shows you the print and electronic resources that are available for you to research articles about your topic.
Click on this link to see the new books that have been ordered for 2016-2017 school year. As more books are received the list will be updated.
|MRS. BARDI: Destiny Resource Lists||Posted: Monday, March 30, 2015 at 10:38 AM|| Discuss|
|Watch this video to learn how to create Resource Lists in Destiny, the online catalog.
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|MRS. BARDI: Bleach 13, 14, 15||Posted: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at 10:12 AM|| Discuss|
|Ichigo and his friends are so close to saving Rukia but will the Captains allow him to do so? Come see this Bleach book on how our heroes our doing.
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|MRS. BARDI: Bleach book 4,5,6||Posted: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at 10:06 AM|| Discuss|
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1. DestinyDestiny is available to all students both in school and at home. Click on the link to access the Wayne Valley Online Catalog called Destiny. You can look for all resources that are in Wayne Valley Media Center. 2. Atomic LearningAtomic Learning is a subscription web based series of video tutorials on an array of software products accessible in school and at home. If you need to know how to do something specific in Publisher, Photoshop, Word, etc. use this website to learn how to accomplish the task. Click on the link and log in.
Username: Your 8 digit student ID number_wayne
Your Password: 8 digit birth date.
3. Wayne Valley Summer Reading ListCllick on this link to locate the current reading list for the summer. 4. Wayne Public LibraryClick on Wayne Public Library to access their catalog. 5. William Paterson University CatalogClick on William Paterson University Catalog to access their catalog. 6. Picturing America PostersI am privileged to have been awarded a series of 40 laminated, double-sided posters through a grant provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities to teach American History. It is a program to develop art appreciation through the use of these posters in the classroom. All areas of art are represented including painting, sculpture, architecture, and photography. They are to be displayed in classrooms, offices, display cases, and the Media Center. Teachers in all subject areas may incorporate these posters into their lessons in any way possible. In addition to the posters, I have a book which includes suggested lessons. Please come to the Media Center to determine which poster might by suitable for a lesson in your classroom.