How is fake news affecting you and our country?
News Literacy Project wants to help.
Listen to their podcast Is That a Fact?.
You can also search in Checkology to find out if news is real or fake.
Check this out:
We now have access to Learning Express! You don't want to miss this!
This resource is for students and adults. It gives help on the ACT, AP exams, job skills and more.
LHS students and teachers:
How can I help you?
Do you have book suggestions?
Feel free to send me an email.
Read the Arkansas Democrat Gazette online.
I have your username and password in the library.
Open Mic October 2019Are you interested in SKILLS YOU NEED TO SUCCEED IN TODAY'S WORKFORCE, AT NO COST TO YOU OR YOUR FAMILY?Need help finding a book like the one you just read? Try these helpful sites:If you would like to recommend a new book title for the high school library, send an email to Mrs. Hobson and your suggestion will be considered.Need help with Google? Getting too many unwanted hits? Try these tips.Try out Grafiti Creator.So, you like a certain author but have already read everything in the library by that author. Try Literature Map to find similar authors.
Need help studying for the ACT? Click here for help.
Do you like the Bluford Series? You may also enjoy listening to their audiobooks for free: Click here.
Are you interested in finding free or inexpensive ebooks? Check out this link.
Go on a Virtual Tour of the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History: http://www.mnh.si.edu/vtp/1-desktop/
It is the goal of the Lonoke High School Library Media Center to help all students become lifelong learners by providing the resources needed for research and pleasure reading. We offer a pleasant atmosphere conducive to learning.