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Windsor Library Learning Commons

Windsor Secondary Library

Welcome to the Virtual Windsor Library &

Learning Commons!

SEARCH THE COMPLETE WINDSOR LIBRARY COLLECTION -- CLICK HERE TO FIND SOMETHING TO READ

LIBRARY HOURS FALL 2020

A more detailed, visual library schedule is posted on the library front door.

Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30-3:15

8:30-9:30 Student Drop-in access (max 15)

9:35-11:55 Learning Cohort Access

(Student Drop-in by request)

11:55-12:40 Student Drop-in  (max 15)

1:10-3:00 Learning Cohort Access

(Student Drop-in by request)

Overdue Items

“Everything comes to him who waits but a loaned book.” – Frank McKinnney Hubbard

Please help us get our books returned or renewed!

The loan period for students is 3 weeks. We’re happy to renew books because most reading assignments go beyond this length of time. Please make a note in your online calendar/mobile device to note the due date.

All items must be in good standing if a student wants to take out another resource.

Weekly Reminders: A digital overdue notice will be sent out to your family email to remind you when your library resources are overdue. Once the overdue resource is returned or paid for, the student regains borrowing privileges

At report card time: An invoice will go to our Business Administrator. Books or payments MUST then be cleared with the office.

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FREE MAGAZINES WITH FLIPSTER APP

The Windsor Library is happy to introduce a new online resource: FLIPSTER, an easy-to-use digital magazine newsstand that you can access at school or at home.

Flipster offers access to the best-selling magazines from top publishers, special interest categories such as food and crafts, and unique titles beyond magazines such as adult colouring books and comics. Top sellers like Mclean's, Vogue and Vanity Fair are included!

To access from Windsor, click here to visit the EBSCO resources list. Scroll to the very bottom and choose "Flipster"

To access from your iPhone, iPad, or Android device, download the Flipster app from the App Store or Google Play store. 

Then, follow these instructions to get access:

  1. On the “Find My Library” screen, search for “FOCUSED EDUCATION”. Tap “Log In”
  2. Use this sign in information: User ID = bcstudents20 Password = BCschools2020!

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BIPOC FRIENDLY LIBRARY

The Windsor Library supports a diverse collection of works that represent a multitude of Black and Indigenous authors and other Peoples of Colour who share their stories with the world in an effort to bring about awareness and deeper understanding of varied lived experiences.ANTI-RACISM RESOURCES | actorswarehouse

Teacher Librarian

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Lisa Ottenbreit
Contact:
Windsor Secondary
931 Broadview Drive
North Vancouver, BC
V7H 2E9