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E-Learning Resources for Staff & Students: Home

Welcome to the H-F Library E-Learning Page

Welcome to the Homewood-Flossmoor High School Library's E-Learning Page.

Please use the red tabs at the top of the page to navigate all pages and resources.  

The library resources are available 24/7 to all HF students and staff. Please note that many of our resources are subscription-based, and you must have a username/password to access them. You will find all usernames/passwords here. For additional guidance, see the video tutorial below, "Using HF Library Databases and Ebooks from Home." 

Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with questions, concerns or suggestions.

We look forward to working with you,   
Mrs. Rodriguez,  arodriguez@hf233.org  &  
Mrs. Harper,  jharper@hf233.org

Using HF Library Databases and Ebooks from Home

This tutorial will help you navigate the HF library resources from home. If you need help, please email one of the librarians.

Library Services

What Can the Library and Your Librarians Do for You?

We Teach Research & Information Literacy Skills--

  • digital search strategies - including internet and subscription databases
  • searching for images (the copyright-friendly way!)
  • evaluating information sources (for accuracy, bias, relevance, timeliness, etc)
  • digital citizenship and Internet safety
  • avoiding plagiarism
  • citing sources
  • creating bibliographies and annotated bibliographies
  • using NoodleTools, an electronic research platform, to conduct the entire process online! (making research easier for students and assessment easier for teachers)

We Support your Curriculum and Reading Needs--

  • collaborating with you to develop research assignments
  • creating Class Research Guides with information resources for your class or assignment   
  • providing instruction for using the library's ebook, audiobook, and digital research platforms 
  • recommending books, supplementary articles, and other resources useful to your curriculum
  • locating or recommending books and articles for your professional development
  • locating texts at a variety of Lexile levels to help you differentiate instruction
  • giving Book Talks to classes, helping students find their next great read!

‚ÄčPlease reach out to us to collaborate individually or with your teaching team.