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Course Resources (Reserves)
Something About the Author Online
Something About the Author
A critically acclaimed series that spotlights more than 12,000 individuals in entries which typically cover career, writings, personal life, adaptations, and additional sources.
Thousands of multimedia resources about fiction and nonfiction books used in the K–12 environment are available at
Student resources for teaching and planning
Research In Context
Over 1,200,000 articles from magazines, newspapers and reference books for students in grade 7 and up.
Magazine and encyclopedia articles for students from senior primary to intermediate.
Find articles and more in Education Source
NLPL resources for teachers
Use your public library membership to access student and professional teaching resources funded by the Newfoundland & Labrador Public Libraries (NLPL).
Don't have an NLPL membership? To register for a library card online:
visit the NLPL main site
click on the "Register Online" button under the heading "Get a Library Card"
NLPL's Digital Library includes e-resources like Novelist Plus, TumbleBooks, and more!
Note: For paid subscription access to the full content, you must visit the NLPLE-Resource site and enter your public library barcode number and PIN.
NL Department of Education
Links to curriculum guides, programs of study, literacy profiles, and professional learning
Information for obtaining your Newfoundland and Labrador teaching certificate
The Education Library
has support materials for teacher candidates and graduate students. Visit in person or online today!
Internet Toolkit for Teachers
CSC: Special Needs
Curriculum Services Canada (CSC) is the Pan-Canadian standards agency for quality assurance in learning products and programs.
FCRR: Special Needs
Florida Center for Reading Research conducts basic research on reading, reading growth, reading assessment, and reading instruction.