Welcome to the Greatest Resource on Earth!

  Ms. G
Library Media Specialist
Video Production Instructor

7:30am-2:45pm

For additional time before or after school, please email or see Ms. G

 

 

 

Mission Statement/Philosophy

The mission of the Westbrook Library School Library is to be a center open to all where students and staff create a unique collaborative community of literacy that educates, challenges, and inspires.  Such a media center lies at the hub and heart of the school in a way that helps students experience the excitement to be discovered in their studies.  It is a place where students can become lifelong learners and develop the knowledge, talent and commitment that can lead to lives as dynamic individuals in the community.  

 Library Philosophy 

 

 

 

Newspapers in Education

E-access to: New Haven Register, Register Citizen , and Middletown Press

On Thursdays, print copies of the New Haven Register are available at the LMC counter

Username to access epapers: WHSLMCA  password: Knights

Citing Sources

Suggested links for citing your research papers, projects, etc.

Citing Information

Knight Cite

EasyBib

 

Uconn ECE Student Information

 

Westbrook High School instructors and students who participate in UConn Early College Experience (UConn ECE) have full academic access to the University of Connecticut.  These modules were created by the UConn Homer Babbidge Library (http://lib.uconn.edu/) exclusively for UConn ECE instructors and students. For additional help, please see the Ms. G

 To access Uconn Libraries click link below:
Uconn Libraries

ECE Module - Conducting a Simple Search

http://learningmodules.lib.uconn.edu/search/story.html

ECE Module - What is a Database?

http://learningmodules.lib.uconn.edu/databases/story.html

ECE Module - Getting the Article

http://learningmodules.lib.uconn.edu/article/story.html

ECE Module - Finding a Book

http://learningmodules.lib.uconn.edu/book/story.html  

 

 

Westbrook Public Library

Westbrook Public Library

Looking for a book we may not have?

Try the public library; Mr. Daniels and his staff are a great resource!