Passwords for Home Access
|When using these resources from home you will need passwords. You will be asked to log in to the school website.|
|Use Noodletools to take notes and create Works Cited lists. Click here to go to a YouTube slide show describing how to use the Note Card feature of Noodletools.|
|Nettrekker is the best Search Engine to use for finding reliable, content-rich websites for research.|
Document to assist with evaluating a website.
|Great Resource for individual instruction in many different software products.|
Writing Standards & Document Guideline
Login with your R.O.B.S. network user name and password.
|BryteWave Ebook APP|
Get started with BryteWave, the library's eBook and eAudiobook App for mobile devices. Have 24/7 access to library eBooks and eAudiobooks.
A fun new resource for R.O.B.S. students that includes all kinds of interactive games, videos, skills builders - take a look!
|Great site for information about the U.S. states.|
|Four databases with information on the United States, the countries of the World, and the provinces of Canada. The Kids Edition has country information at an upper elementary level.|
|Includes Science Reference Center, and History Reference Center.|
|Includes information about people and events in history, science articles, and diagrams, and countries and states.|
|A collection of great databases includingInfotrac Newspapers, Student Resources in Context, Educators Reference Complete, and Literature Resource Center.|
|See the actual newspapers in U.S. history.|
|Use your network login and password for access.|
|Use this database for social issues research.|
|This is a great source for American History as well as much more!|
|A new world atlas database.|
|Use your network login and password for access. Also first time users must download its media player.|
|This is a great database for tracing your family tree. Unfortunately, it is available only from school computers. THere is no home access.|