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Library & Internet Resources      

The Library Media Center at Woodrow Wilson Middle School is a very active place for students and teachers.  There are 31 computers available for student use as well as a large collection of print materials -  books, magazines and newspapers.  Students may visit the library media center by asking their classroom teacher to sign their pass to let them leave their class.
See Powerpoint Library Orientation


Roller Coaster research

Roller Coaster:  www.learner.org/exhibits/parkphysics/coaster.html

History:  www.learner.org/exhibits/parkphysics/coaster2.html

Ride safety: www.learner.org/exhibits/parkphysics/ridesafety.html

Motion sickness:  www.learner.org/exhibits/parkphysics/pendulum2.html



There are several online sites for making citations. The Landmark Project's site, http://www.citationmachine.net/  is designed to help students cite sources and avoid plagiarism.

Mr. Geary's Project

Search for your topic



Connecticut Digital Library Online (subscription)

A pilot site launched by the state to provide newpaper, periodical and reference articles to schools and public libraries. Includes indexing and articles from Hartford Courant from 1992-present, full text New York Times from 1999  and science, health, social studies, literature and biography research databases.  Includes ReQuest a database of all materials available to borrow from Connecticut libraries. Reformat text in this database before printing      ACCESS AT http://www.iconn.org/   For home access login is your Russell Library card number or see Wilson library staff for WWMS ID #.

Any links to non Middletown Public School District information are provided as a courtesy. They are not intended to constitute an endorsement of the linked materials by the Middletown Public Schools, the Superintendent of Schools, or Board of Education.

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