There are lots of websites out there, but we've collected a few here to help you with different aspects of your learning.
Here is where you can search for books, streaming videos, and e-resources like ebooks and e-audiobooks in the library's collection.
This is a hub of useful websites for research, fun, and education for all grades.
The official website of the Public Library here in Georgetown. They have access to lots more books than we have at our library, as well as awesome programs and events!
This site has lots of great tutorials for things like downloading ebooks and using information databases.
Here's where you login to your Dreambox account and learn, learn, learn!
You can find the basics of what copyright is at this site, as well as register your own work as copyrighted.
There's lots of information about how copyright works in schools at this website, including a video on fair use.
This is the full Canadian copyright law online.
For teachers and parents.
This site aims to be "raising awareness of agriculture and food through curriculum linked resources"
This site contains mainly information about ADHD, but also includes other LDs, speech & language milestones, information on assistive devices and tax credit information for parents. Site has sections for teachers, parents and those with a LD.