The Learning Commons exists to foster independent reading, collaborative learning, study, inquiry, exploration, and the creation of knowledge in its many forms. The Learning Commons supports and enhances the curriculum of Princeton High School while creating lifelong readers and learners. We provide access to current, engaging, and appropriate informational resources, pleasure reading selections, technology, in-service training, and as-needed support to ensure that all students, teachers, and staff members are effective users and creators of ideas and knowledge.
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- What To Do If You Are Sick (US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention)
- Tips for Staying at Home if You Are Sick (UK National Health Service)
- 7 Ways to Avoid Misinformation During the Coronavirus Pandemic (Politifact)
- World Health Organization Coronavirus Mythbusters (World Health Organization)
- The Best and Worst Coronavirus Dashboards (MIT Technology Review)
- How Wikipedia Prevents the Spread of Coronavirus Misinformation (Wired)
- List of Free Activities for Kids During School Closings (Kids Activities Blog)
- 8 Tips to Make Working from Home Work for You (National Public Radio)
- COVID-19 could kill the for-profit science publishing model. That would be a good thing. (Los Angeles Times)
- Coronavirus outbreak changes how scientists communicate (American Association for the Advancement of Science)
- How to Manage Anxiety and Isolation During Quarantine (Anxiety and Depression Association of America)
- Coronavirus Kindness: The people offering help as the virus spreads (BBC)
- Mozilla Pocket Links
- PPS Information on Remote Learning
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