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Best Practices for Online Teaching & Learning

Helpful and Free Resources

E-Resources from the BHS Library

Databases are the first stop for all research projects, but did you know:

  • You can use them for instructional materials?  Post an article, video, eBook for class discussion.  (GVRL, Opposing Viewpoints, and Literature Resource Center will allow you to post resources directly to your Google Classroom.)
  • There are several subject-specific databases, but many can be applied to multiple curriculum areas?  GVRL has eBooks on ALL subjects?  Opposing Viewpoints is a great resource for current events and persuasive writing/presentations.  
  • The BHS Library is able and eager to create subject specific Research Guides for you!  

Research Databases & Resources

All BHS Students enrolled in NRCC Dual Enrollment classes may access the NRCC Library's Online Sources by logging in with their NRCC credentials.

If you do not know your NRCC login information, please see Ms. Christle in the Library or Ms. Webster in the Counseling Office

News Literacy

It is more important than ever for our students to learn how to vet online information.  

The following resources provide information and activities on news literacy.

COVID19 Resources