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    BOOK NEWS  - During COVID-19

    Bookmobile library check out begins this Thursday.   I will be in the turnaround near the east entrance of Ingraham on Thursday afternoons; 230 - 330 pm.  

    Happy Reading 

    Mrs Brennan is reachable via email and willing to assist all students with their studies. 
    I check my email each day.  Please reach out to me and I can work with you on your studies.Don't forget to wash your hands.   Betty Brennan

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    Online Student Resources
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    Reading Links

    E-books Mackin VIA (User/Pass: ingraham/rams)
    Gale eBooks  (password rams)
    Digital Public Library American History
    Fantastic Fiction (Adult Literature)
    Primary Sources
    MOOC list free classes, textbooks and more
    eBooks and Audiobooks tips

    Tutorial Links

    Top 10 Sites to help students check their facts


    Research Links

    Mrs Brennan's links
    History Documents - Yale
    List of Journals
    JSTOR free & open content
    Renaissance Fine Art -The Lives
    Fordham University History
    Native Americans in the PNW
    Civil War Documents
    American History (Latin and Canada)
    Immigration
    Great Depression
    National Security Archive - Cold War documents
    Protesting in America
    American Heritage Magazine Index  Ingraham Library has print copies (with photos) of 1957 to 2007 with some gaps 
    Fake News tools
    Research and Content tips
    Searching Tips
    IB Extended Essay Guide
    Driving Tests


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    Contact Info
    Librarian: Betty Brennan, MLS
    bebrennan@seattleschools.org
    Library: 206-252-3920

    Asst. Librarian:  Susan Hauck
    sehauck@seattleschools.org


    Meet Ms. Brennan - our Ingraham Librarian!
    I have been a school librarian for over 20 years.  I am a Seattle native and have a Bachelor's degree in Geography from the University of Washington, my teaching certification through SPU, and my Master in Library Science at Simmons College in Boston. In 2006, I became a National Board Certified Teacher.

    Library Link - SPL.org
    Student library card numbers are 990000 (four zeroes) followed by the 7-digit student ID number to create a 13-digit number.
    For example, if your student ID is 1234567,
    your Library card number is 9900001234567
    PINs are the student’s birth month and day.
    For example; November 7th, your PIN is 1107
    Questions: www.spl.org/librarylink