​Learning Commons at the CBE

Today’s learners cannot imagine life without the internet and supporting technology. The concept of the traditional library is changing to include technology, online tools and spaces for collaboration and exploration.​​​

The Mount View School Learning Commons

Welcome to our Learning Commons. We use this flexible space for collaboration, inquiry, imagination and play. Come and visit us and see what we are all about.


Borrowing

Children are encouraged to browse and select materials at their level, care for them properly, and return or renew them on time. We do not charge for overdue materials, however, students are held accountable for lost or damaged books.

Variety of Resources

Students may choose from a wide range of learning resources for assignments and personal interest including: reference, fiction and non-fiction print materials, audio-visual materials, magazines and newspapers, online databases, Internet access, CBE student email accounts and various educational software.

The CBE employs the use of a web-based program called eLibrary for searching the CBE library catalogue.

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The Mount View School Learning Commons

Welcome to our Learning Commons. We use this flexible space for collaboration, inquiry, imagination and play. Come and visit us and see what we are all about.


Borrowing

Children are encouraged to browse and select materials at their level, care for them properly, and return or renew them on time. We do not charge for overdue materials, however, students are held accountable for lost or damaged books.

Variety of Resources

Students may choose from a wide range of learning resources for assignments and personal interest including: reference, fiction and non-fiction print materials, audio-visual materials, magazines and newspapers, online databases, Internet access, CBE student email accounts and various educational software.

The CBE employs the use of a web-based program called eLibrary for searching the CBE library catalogue.

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