NESA Library Week 2009

We are happy to announce Elhanan as a winner of WBAIS High School Scavenger Hunt.
WBAIS Middle School Web Cafe Exploratory classes are awarded for participation in discussions.

Library Week 2009-2010

Current Events

Friday, November 20, 2009

Question of the day:

High School Students:
If wiki sites allow anyone to edit and add information, how any of the information of these sites can be trustworthy?

Middle School:
Word Scramble:
1. Hides inside regular computer - FRWOSAET
2.Spreads to anyone in your address book - AIEML
3. Looks for vulnerable machines within computer network - RMWO
4. Distructive software disguised as something good - JNRTAO SREOH
(from BrainPop)

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Question of the day:

High School Students:

What is ready reference? Name some ready reference tools.
What ready reference tool that we don't have on the Library Web-Page would you suggest to add?

Middle School Students:
Write the best phrase to search information about George W. Bush's term as governor of Texas but not his term as U.S.President.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Question of the day:

High School Students:

After Week Without Walls taking this "quizz" will be a piece of cake! Email your results to ****

Middle School Students:

How many books about Israel does the library of the American International School of Cyprus hold?

Tuesday, November 17, 2009:

Question of the day:
High School Students:
Make a bibliography citation based on the MLA style guide for this link:

Middle School Students:
Each NESA school listed on the left menu has a different url. Write them out.

Monday, November 16, 2009:
Question of the day:
What are the top level domain names and what do they each mean? When conducting a search why is it important to know the meaning of the domain names.

Why do some addresses not work with www?

Email your answer to your librarian.
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American International School in Cyprus
Links to K-12 projects





Walworth Barbour American International School
High School - Book Club, HS Lunch