- Ms. Elizabeth Wolpert
Chairperson & Librarian
- Ms. May
iPad Program Director
- Ms. Vulin Staff
- Ms. Diana Staff
- Ms. Acosta Staff
Library Web Pages
- Library Catalog
- Evaluating Websites
- MLA Citations
- APA Citations
- New Books
- Current Events
- World War II and the Holocaust
- Harlem Renaissance
- Confucius and Buddha
- Great Buildings
- The Crucible
- Primary Sources
- Dracula and the 19th Century
- Supreme Court Cases
- Constitutional Issues
- Mythology / The Odyssey
- Shakespeare and the Renaissance
- Of Mice and Men
- Manifest Destiny and Western Expansion
- The Great Gatsby and the Jazz Age
- Psychology Research
- Passwords for Library Resources
- Ms. Donovan's U.S. History Class
- BACK UP PAGE FOR ALL DATABASES!!!
- Mr. Leone's Class
School Library: Evaluating Websites
Who is the author?
What are his/her credentials?
Is he/she qualified to write about this topic?
Can you defend this source to your teacher?
Who is the intended audience?
Have you ever heard of the organization?
Is the page associated with an institution or company?
What is the purpose of the page?
Are there spelling or
Does the information
appear to be accurate?
Is it truly relevant to your needs?
When was the information on this page published?
When was it last updated?
Does your information need to be current?
You can use the end of a domain name to help you judge the validity of the information and the potential bias of a website.
.gov—U.S. government site
.org—organization, often non-profit
.edu—school or university
.mil—U.S. military site
.net—networked service provider
- personal site (Be suspicious of personal sites)