Directions read our e-books on the Follett Destiny platform.
Click here to read the Big Timber ebooks (the password is on the Super Secret Password list below).
Articles, Biographies, Primary Sources, Photos and Film Clips
Click here to watch a short video explaining how to use the ABC CLIO databases (you'll need to be logged to your school Google account).
ABC-CLIO American History
ABC-CLIO World History
ABC-CLIO World at War
ABC-CLIO American Government
Thousands of up-to-date, articles, images, videos, audio clips, primary sources, maps, research tools, and recommended Web sites.
Or watch a short video explaining how to use Britannica (you'll need to be logged in to your school Google account).
Classroom Video is
a curriculum-focused video subscription providing unlimited
access to thousands of videos for ALL departments. Students can explore and learn; teachers can embed links to videos and clips in Google Classroom and Edmodo. The content is correlated to Common Core, state, national,
IB, College Board AP, NGSS, and national STEM
Click here to log in.
Over 8 separate databases:
Or watch a short video explaining how to use EBSCO HOST (you'll need to be logged in to your school Google account).
Access your textbooks here, along with worksheets and screencast tutorials. You'll need the class code from your teacher.
Your username is your own first and last name, with no spaces. Your password is your school id number with with a zero in front of it. https://afsaef.org/
You'll need to be logged into your school Google account to open this: Super Secret Passwords
An Ocean County Library card provides access to a wealth of other online subscription databases. (See Ms. Ivarson if you need to get a card.)
Click here to get to student specific online subscriptions.
Toms River Regional Schools is not responsible for content on external sites or servers.
Follow the directions and make sure you capitalize where necessary.
To use this MLA Format template, click on “File” above and then choose the option “Make a copy...”
Created by the Meriam Library of California State University, Chico.
An overview of what you'll need to write a research paper.
Did you know that keyboards were designed to make it easy to type quickly? Bring your keyboarding skills up to speed with this site.
SAT and ACT preparation, math and science tutorials; sponsored by the United States Army.
After school, from 1:40 until 2:30, Monday through Thursday, in the Biography area of the Mariner Media Center. No appointment necessary.
After school, from 1:40 until 2:20, Mondays and Wednesdays in C-04. No appointment necessary.
Check closings and availability of the computer lab.
Created by Heather DeGrandis, Assistant Principal, High School North, to address the social and emotional development of our students. Links to examples given by teachers during professional development.
Thousands of videos for ALL departments; embed links to videos and clips in Google Classroom and Edmodo. The content is correlated to Common Core, state, national, IB, College Board AP, NGSS, and national STEM standards.
Online editions of ScienceWorld and UpFront current event magazine. Email Ms. Ivarson (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the access codes.
Fake News, Social and Emotional Development, Cell Phones as Class Tools, and whatever YOU are willing to share.
Mariner Media Center Media Specialist: Ms. Ivarson email@example.com
Media Center Secretary: Mrs. Ashcraft
7:00 - 7:10am, before school
7:15am - 1:35pm, passes required
1:40 - 2:20pm, pass required after 1:50pm
Our mission is to support our students in becoming successful lifelong learners by engaging them with print and electronic resources, instruction in the responsible use of technology and coaching to build the critical skills required for research and writing.
See what's new in the Mariner Media Center or browse through old news: https://marinermediaspecialist.blogspot.com/
Discusses two current meta-analyses indicating greater student comprehension rates for paper based over digital informational texts. Examines local data pointing to print preference at Toms River High School North and incorporates relevant information about the success of districtwide literacy efforts.
An examination of recent studies on the information seeking behavior of undergraduate
students as well as efforts by academic librarians to increase the information literacy of their students.