Welcome to the BCI Library
Celebrating Black History Month!
Check out these Black History Resources
If you are interested in reserving a book from the BCI Library, please watch this video for a couple of simple steps on how to reserve a book online in our Library Learning Commons. If the book is available for you, the librarian will take care of delivering it to your classroom.
Another option is to complete this book reservation form and your book requests will be delivered to your classroom.
If you have your new Chromebook, please choose the Browse as Guest option for now. At orientation, you will get set up as a user on your Chromebook. If you have already logged into your Chromebook with your user name and password, you can continue to use that for now. At orientation you will need to change your password and re-add your user to the Chromebook.
Need some help with your Chromebook? Chromebook Support is available! See below.
Please visit the board’s new tech help website: Tech@Home: Chromebooks. This website contains resources to help students and families troubleshoot technical problems and issues they may be experiencing with their Chromebooks or with their WRDSB computer accounts.
Important Computer Account Message for All Graduates and Any Students Leaving Bluevale
All graduating students, and any students leaving Bluevale at the end of this semester, will lose access to their G Suite for Education accounts and data (including Google Drive files and email) over the summer and the accounts will be closed. It is strongly recommended that these students back up all documents and emails to their personal drives/accounts before the end of the semester.
Any files and other data that students wish to keep should be backed up. Google Takeout is a tool that can be used to make a copy of your data. Students should consider following this tutorial to assist with the process. This tutorial shows you how to transfer your Google Drive files and your emails directly to another Google account using Google Transfer. The tutorial also explains how to use Google Takeout to make a copy of all of your data (including Google Drive files and emails, as well as items such as Google Photos, Contacts, Calendar Events and Google Keep notes).
Students returning to a WRDSB school in September will retain their existing files and accounts. No action is necessary for these students at this time.
Tools to Help You Write and Format Your Essays
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Fridays at Lunch in the Library Seminar Room