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  • January - february 2014 LIBRA RY N e w s l e t t e r Down for Everyone or Viintage Tell About This 100 Years of Rock Just Me? Vintage public domain posters, New iPad app to allow students From Gospel to Grunge, vertical Website not working? See if postcards and printed to quickly create short digital timeline infographic presents the it’s your problem or larger... advertisements. stories. history of rock music DownforeveryoneorJus Viintage Tell About This From Gospel to tme Grunge WELCOME TO WINTER AT THE ESA LIBRARY. Cold nights. Sunny days. Crisp white snow. A perfect recipe for curling up with a good read. If you haven’t already been there to check it out, head to the latest addition to the ESA Library Online: the ESA Library Pinterest site. Find out what’s new in the Library. Organised by category, each entry includes a picture of the cover, a brief note about the book, and one or more links out to book reviews, or other commentaries as the case may be. Many thanks again to our fabulous Library volunteers. Hardworking, knowledgeable and dedicated, they help make the Library the happening place it is. Heading into the last half of the year, we have some senior students who are looking to cut back on their hours as they buckle down on the road to post-secondary education. This means that we have some openings for new student volunteers at some times during the week. If you, or someone you know, are interested, drop by the Library for a chat and we’ll see what we can do to build you into the new volunteer schedule. February brings Black History Month, Valentine’s Day and Freedom to Read Week. Watch for a display featuring Staff and Student picks for Valentine’s Day reading. Friends of ESA from the Thomas Fisher Rare Books Library at the UofT will be here at the end of February to help us celebrate Freedom to Read Week. They will be workshopping students in both the Philosophy and Media Studies classes on the morning of Tuesday February 25th. We have room for a few extra visitors if anyone is interested. Contact Ms. Wray in the Library, or via e-mail at enid.wray@tdsb.on.ca. etobicoke school of the arts The Stack Map After moving the stacks the signage has finally been completely re-installed. If you’re wondering where to find that book you’re looking for, check the signage on each bay of books. Or... check this NEW MAP of the Library collection. The map is also available for your phone using a QR reader. Capture it from the signs posted in the Library. E l i z a b e t h D o w n i e M e d i a l i b r a r y!
  • January - february 2014 TH E ES A LIBRA RY NEWS LETTER Poetry in Voice is back at ESA! Poetry in Voice is a national poetry recitation contest for high school students across Canada. Students memorise and recite poems from the online anthology. Students compete in their (English) classroom. The schoolwide competition, featuring the classroom winners, will take place after school on Monday March 3rd, in the Mini-Theatre. In-school winners are entered into the online semi-finals, for a chance to compete at the National Finals in Vancouver, BC. Upcoming Events... • Guidance Course Selections Sessions with all students begin the first week of February • Course Selection Parent Info Night (Wednesday February 5th @ 7pm) • Valentine’s Day Display • Black History Month Celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Library. Browse the display of must read books recommended by your fellow Staff and Students. New Library Materials Backorders, pre-orders, new book shopping... There are lots of new items arriving in the Library on a daily basis. From the latest bestsellers, to updated editions of favourite classics there is something for everyone. We have also recently made additions to the Music and Music Theatre collections including soundtrack CD’s and vocal scores from some of your favourite contemporary Broadway shows. Check Pinterest for these. etobicoke school of the arts E l i z a b e t h D o w n i e M e d i a l i b r a r y!