There are many learning and research opportunities available on the LMC website. Explore, enjoy and always, get lost in a book!
Google, Schoology, & MiStar
*Student logins for MiStar, Schoology, and Google are identical!*
Use your Berkley email address and password for all three.
If you have not changed your password from the default, it will not work. Please go to tinyurl.com/berkleypw to change it to something new (must include a capital letter, a number, and a punctuation mark)
If you are unable to log in to any of these platforms, email Mrs. Terbrack to have your password reset to the default (then see previous step)
Submit homework assignments, review grades, participate in interactive discussions, receive announcements and feedback, take tests, and more!
- Use your Berkley email and password to log-in
Please visit the Berkley School District Schoology Resource and Support page for information and videos on how to log-in, where to go for help, and how to use Schoology.
- Make sure you are using a laptop, Chromebook, or desktop. The Schoology app on a mobile phone isn't working with Zoom.
View your schedule, report cards, transcripts, attendance, etc.
MiStar Student Portal
Use your Berkley email and password to log-in
eBooks and Audiobooks
eBooks and Audiobooks
*many eBooks also have read-aloud functions*
Note: to use BHS eBooks you will need to log-in with your BHS account
Public Library Collections
Overdrive / Download Destination -- eBook and Audio book service from local public libraries... must have a valid library card
eResources from the Public Library -- directions for OverDrive, Hoopla, and RB Digital ... free with valid library card
Audible -- free trials and savings available.
Overdrive / Download Destination -- eBook and Audio book service from local public libraries...must have valid library card
LibriVox -- FREE recordings of (older) books in the public domain, e.g. Great Expectations
Research & Works Cited Help
"If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?"
-- Albert Einstein
"In any research, you must give credit to both the direct words and the ideas of your source."
-- BHS Works Cited Form
BHS WORKS CITED FORM -- Based upon MLA format (see also OWL)
BHS WORKS CITED w EASYBIB -- Step-by-step directions using EasyBib
Copyright Okay Images Guide -- How to find copyright okay images
CRAAP -- A handy acronym to evaluate a source
Databases -- What they are and why you should them
EasyBib -- a fast, easy way to create your Works Cited form (MLA format)
Fight Fake News = Finding Credible Sources --Sites that offer balanced, true information
MeL eJournals -- Find a specific magazine by title or subject
OWL (Online Writing Lab) -- Purdue University shows how to do a research paper right.
Parenthetical References -- How to "quote" sources within your paper
Source Sheet -- An interactive form to use when taking notes. (When completed, be sure to Re-Name & Save OR Print.)
Web Site Evaluation Form -- an interactive form that helps you to judge a Web Site's quality, authority, accuracy and usefulness. (When completed, be sure to Re-Name & Save OR Print.)
Destiny is the system we use in the library to keep track of materials!
How to put a book on hold: