Helpful Websites

Navigate the information highway by checking out the links below. Tips on research and more can be found here as well.

Free 24/7 access from anywhere to a wide range of vetted online reference databases (English and French) that support teaching and learning for K-12 schools across Alberta.

Off site: User id:  LA53    Password: 4487

Planning a trip? Whether it is within Canada or around the world, Culturegrams is the place to go.  You'll find in on LearnAlberta's Online Reference Centre.

Scholastic Canada. Explore books, videos,  reading activities, and more for students, parents and teachers.

Visit 2Learn.ca for the winter season enjoy pages: Chanukah, Christmas, Feliz Navidad, and Winter

2Learn.ca Homework help for K-12 plus much more.  Check out the Enjoy Pages seasonal or special edition links!

Usborne Quicklinks For more information, use your Usborne book and go to the Usborne quicklinks website then enter in the book's keyword(s).

Report to do?  Don't know where to start? Visit the links below to help.

BibMe.Our citation guides provide detailed information about all types of sources in MLA, APA, Chicago and Turabian styles. Remember to evaluate your sources for accuracy and credibility."  [Bibme.org]  Follow the directions to create your citation and bibliography.  Use the Copy & Paste All into your document.  Any other features require the user to register for a fee.

EasyBib. Tips and tricks for getting your research started and creating presentations  Avoid plagiarism by citing your sources and creating a bibliography.  It's easy!  Click on the Citation tab to view examples and then click on the Bibliography tab to get you started on creating your bibliography.

Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Look up words and more!

What is good information? Gr. 6-9. Are my sources CRAAP? Click on this SAIT link to find out.  Also watch the SAIT's recommended video on plagiarism.

Digital and Media Literacy. Go to http://www.mediasmarts.ca This site is good for K-12, parents and teachers.

Why do I need to cite a source?  What is plagiarism? New links forthcoming.

Web Awareness. http://www.bewebaware.ca The Be Web Aware site focuses on internet safety as well as offering tips on research, games for all ages, parent and teacher resources.

Alberta Career information. How do I become a doctor?  Do I have what it takes to work in construction?  Find the career that's right for you at the Alberta Learning Information Services, Occupational Profiles site.  http://alis.alberta.ca/occinfo/

Need some more help navigating the information highway, contact Mrs. Schoell by email: mschoell@rvschools.ab.ca or call: 403-936-4579 ext. 107

For mental health book information visit:

- LearnAlberta's Online Reference Centre and scroll to Teen Health & Wellness.  Real Life. Real Answers. Use this database to find out more about diseases, drugs and alcohol, eating disorders, green living, grief and loss, mental health, sexuality and sexual health, nutrition and fitness, and much more. Videos, “ask Dr. Jan,” personal stories and hotlines are included. login LA53  password 4487

Download the free book, 'Dealing with Depression: Anit-Depressant Skills for Teens. Dan Bilsker, Merv Gilbert, David Worling and E. Jane Garland (2005)

McMaster Children's Hospital and search for the word, 'depression'

Alberta Health Services (under 'health information' link, My Child's Health Information, click on 'Info prescription)

Parentbooks.ca (use search words 'depression teens')

Teenmentalhealth.org

Anxietybc.com For educators, parents and youth.

Mindyourmind.ca

If you need more information call: Health Link Alberta toll free: 1-866-408-LINK (5465)

Find out how to take an active role in your family's online privacy by visiting 4edu.ca

 

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