Resource Lists & Advice

eLibrary is the online catalogue of all the books, technology, etc. in the CBE.
For students and parents who wish to borrow books from Glenmeadows Learning Commons, here are links to helpful tutorials on how to use eLibrary:

1.     Accessing eLibrary - https://www.screencast.com/t/OzIFwlg4Pbm    

2.     Navigating eLibrary - https://www.screencast.com/t/7gAJ7LGmg

3.     eLibrary Quick search - https://www.screencast.com/t/cDVAuQ25mQ

4.     Log into eLibrary and view My Account - https://www.screencast.com/t/1OS4RL2NC  


Here is the link to access a "Book Request Form" to submit online:

Glenmeadows School Library Book Request Form


Below is a list of resources that students and parents may find helpful.

Learn Alberta Site for Student Resources

The Learn Alberta resources webpage is a powerful learning tool offered to all students in Alberta at both school and home. Students can search for games, videos, books and complete online programs. The Learn Alberta Site is http://www.learnalberta.ca/

To find excellent resources, click on Subject (example, Math), Grade (example, 2) and click on search. Teachers and school administration hope that this website enhances students’ learning at Glenmeadows School.


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