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The NIST Libraries have four major subscriptions for newspapers online. Go to http://library.nist.ac.th/digital for all links and login information. The most recent addition is the Financial Times, available for all staff and students ages 16-19. CLICK HERE while...read more
Want to listen to Follett Audiobooks on your iPad or iPhone? Here's how. Find your audiobook or ebook in Destiny Discover MLC or Secondary Select “Checkout”. Install Destiny Read app. Find “NIST Mechai Learning Commons” or “NIST Secondary Library” Log in. “Download”...read more
EBSCOhost (passwords can be found here) provides access to a very large database of journals. This video shows you how to create an automatic alert any time a new issue of your journal becomes available. In this case, we are setting up an alert for Educational...read more
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Yes, the libraries are happy to accept book donations. This is what we do with them: The librarians will check through the books to see if there are any titles that we would add to our collection. This decision is based on whether the book is current and in excellent...read more
MLC elementary and Secondary Library Log into Destiny Discover Open the "Main Menu" Open "Checkouts" and select "Renew" Please note, you can only renew a book if you have no...read more
Design Tutorials Visit the ROBLOX STUDIO Youtube channel for heaps of helpful tutorials. Learn how to CREATE in ROBLOX on their DEVELOPER...read more
MLA is the referencing style to use for the Personal Project. Go through the slideshow on the right to learn more. For more information on MLA, see this LibKnowledge FAQ. For more information on recommended bibliographic tools, see this LibKnowledge...read more
MLA is the default referencing style for NIST Middle School and High School students, unless told otherwise by their teachers. The posters below show what both the in-text citations and the bibliography look like in MLA. For more information, see these websites:...read more
APA is a referencing style required by some of the High School departments at NIST, e.g., Science, Mathematics, and Psychology. The posters below show what both the in-text citations and the bibliography (reference list) look like in APA style. For more information,...read more
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