A world of learning with the stroke of a key
St. Luke’s subscribes to a number of online resources through our library to support our students’ learning and facilitate their research. Click on any of the titles below to access their website. St. Luke’s librarian Mary Milligan has also created extensive LibGuides for each grade level. These web pages include information on new arrivals, award winners, and suggested books; links to appropriate online resources and fun educational websites; general library information; and Accelerated Reader links.
The Encyclopedia Britannica site gives teachers and students access to three complete encyclopedias, interactive lessons, videos, and other resources—all correlated to state curriculum standards, consistent with classroom topics, and age-appropriate.
This site offers resources in Spanish for all ages in two unique interfaces, each with its own comprehensive encyclopedia for high school ages and up and Britannica Escolar Online for ages 6-12.
PebbleGo is a research resource designed for PK-3rd students. There are three multimedia databases: Animals, Earth and Space, and Biographies.