"My son uses computers whenever he needs to do research. He gravitates right to computers,
and goes to the library during study hall and after school. He has a computer at home,
but it's easier to do in school because he gets help and OPAC is at school.
The web is so overwhelming that without the assistance of people in the library,
he wouldn’t know how to focus. "
The GCPS research process empowers students with lifelong skills for answering questions through research. Research skills are integrated into the curriculum at all grade levels supporting the development of critical thinking skills and information literacy.
The Gwinnett Online Research Library provides students with 24/7 access to accurate, up-to-date, age appropriate information that supports the school system’s curriculum. Access to these resources is provided for Gwinnett students, teachers and parents only, so a password is required outside of school. Ask your school media specialist for the passwords.
These sites are not maintained by the school system. GCPS encourages parents to monitor student activity on the Internet.