Did you know that as a MEI Schools student you can download the latest version of Microsoft Office at home for free?
Did you know that you have access to 1 terabyte of free space to save your school work?
Don’t have your hard work go missing! You now have 1 spot to save your school work that is accessible on any computer or mobile device — at home or school.
Working on a group project? Try Office365 file sharing.
A few quick tips for how students can access and use MEI Schools Office365 can be found HERE.
Still have questions? Ask your librarian.
Wondering when the library is open?
How many books you can check out at a time?
If we have eReaders?
Connect with MEI Secondary Library — anytime, anywhere!
Get our free app to: search the library catalog, check due dates and renew items, and more.
Click HERE for a tutorial on how to install the app and login with your library account.
Are you working on a research project and looking for information on one of Canada’s Prime Ministers? Perhaps it’s the Socials 10 Fathers of Confederation assignment?
Have no fear — check out the MEI Secondary Library Pinterest Board: Social Studies — we have Quick Fact Sheets with biographical information from Sir John A. Macdonald to Stephen Joseph Harper.
Are you looking for a way to stay organized this year? One of your teachers recommended the myHomework app. It’s an easy way to track your homework, get reminded when projects are due, and syncs across a variety of devices.
If you are a teacher, you can use the Teacher.io app to manage your class syllabus, and remind students who use myHomework of upcoming deadlines, handouts, etc.
Need some help with your languages classes at school?
Planning on going on a Missions trip?
Try out Mango: an online language-learning system that can help you learn languages like Spanish, French & German, and many more.
“Mango uses real-life situations and actual conversations to more effectively teach a new language. By listening to and repeating after material designed from native conversations, you’ll not only learn the individual words and phrases, you’ll know how they’re used in practical situations and conversations. You’ll learn more than grammar, vocabulary and conjugation, you’ll learn how to communicate.” –FVRL
You can find MANGO by going to the FVRL website – online resources (language section).
Click on the Mango Languages link and login using your FVRL library card and pin number.
You will then be prompted to create a free Mango account.
An activation email will be sent – check your junk mail folder if you don’t see one right away…that’s where mine went!