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Accessing Password-Protected Links from Home: 

Many WCDSB digital resources are password-protected to honour Terms of Usage agreements with our vendors.

For login details to access password-protected VLC links from home, open the following document and log in with your WCDSB Google account:

Access to Online Resources from Home/Remotely

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Learn 360

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Virtual Makerspace
Check out the Forest of Reading nominated books available on Sora!
Check out the Biography section on the In Context Canada database!
Looking for an out of this world read? Check out these great reads on Capstone. Books about space and planets
A Winter Walk in the City
A Friend Like You
Twice as Perfect
Pete The Cat Rocking In My School Shoes
Bilal Cooks Daal
Because You Are
Biscuit Meets the Class Pet
Amira's Picture Day
Carking Koala Teaches Yoga
Beatrice and Croc Harry
DIY Bedroom Decor
Genie Meanie
The Ultimate Unofficial Encyclopedia for Minecrafters
Snoozefest The Surprising Science of Sleep
Hunting By Stars
Eight Days
I Believe I Can
LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Character Encyclopedia
The Year Shakespeare Ruined by Life
Let's Get Along
Mommy's Khimar
Operation Do Over
Our Skin: A First Conversation About Race
Peppa's New Friend
Rescue At Lake Wind
Shelter Homelessness in our Community
Star Wars Encyclopedia of Starfighters and other Vehicles
Super Detectives! (Simon and Chester Book 1)
The Color Collector
The Game
The Grave Thief
The Overwood
We Are Water Protectors
Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Black Boy
This is Ruby
Unlikely Friends
Work It Out
Libby Loves Science
The Astronomer Who Questioned Everything
The Global Ocean

For help, visit our Sora by OverDrive Guide.

 Video of the Week


Max's Chocolate Chicken

Grades: K-3  Time: 5 minutes
Producer: Weston Woods

Will Max or Ruby find the most Easter eggs to win the chocolate chicken? Only the Easter Bunny knows for sure.

Learn360 videos must be shared by a staff person to D2L or Google Classroom,
or from a device logged in to a staff account for students to view.