Sources for Subject Guides include articles, books, blogs, databases, podcasts, primary source documents, tutorials, videos, and any other tools we can get our hands on to make accessible for you.
Resources to encourage community discussion about what it means to come home from war, and what it is like to be a veteran. Visit guide
A libguide created for Mr. Nicholson's students to help them with their biotechnological research for their first semester final project. Visit guide.
Monterey Public Library has a Seed Library, providing locally adapted seeds for our community to check-out and grow. Visit guide
A subject guide designed for Mr. Espinosa's 21st Century Skills Seminar's research project.
A partnership between Monterey Public Library and Monterey High School funded by a grant awarded to the library by the Library Services and Technology Acts of California. Librarians from Monterey Public Library collaborated with 21st Century Skills Seminar teachers at Monterey High School to create research tools, lessons and presentations designed to educate students on how to conduct proper research, cite sources and have more competent results.
The partnership has been a continued success. For public librarians about to embark on a 21st Century Skills collaboration with their local schools, this is a toolkit detailing how the librarians and staff at Monterey Public Library worked with the staff and students of Monterey High School.
Resources for Mr. Wood's 21st Century Skills Seminar's social media project. Visit guide.
A guide for 21st Century Skills Seminar students researching and creating career pathways.
Guide for Monterey High students in Mr. Tibbitts' classes. Updated for Fall 2014.
Guide for Monterey High students in Century Skills Seminars to get started with their research. Updated for Spring 2014. Visit guide
Resources for Mr. Tibbitts research project on ceramic arts. Updated Spring 2014.
Guide for Monterey High students in Mr. Sanders 21st Century Seminar. Updated for Fall 2014.