The Kimberton Waldorf High School Library provides students and faculty with a wide range of resources and services.
The library holds several thousand books in all subject areas covered by the Waldorf curriculum. It also has a fiction collection of both classics and current literature. You can search the online catalog to discover what the library. The catalog includes the high school and middle school library holdings holds (the online catalog is still being created, so not all holdings are currently listed). There are also online databases which provide access to thousands of full-text journals and books, as well as information on current topics of debate.
Kimberton Waldorf School has subscriptions to two online databases to help students with their research.
Library of Congress Resources: The Library of Congress provides many digital resources on a variety of topics including American History and Religion.
Online Waldorf Library: This website provides information on recently published books concerning Waldorf education. It also has free access to articles from North American and international Waldorf education journals.
Chester County Library System – The Chester County Library System has many databases that are free to use for research. You just need to enter the barcode from your Chester County Library card. If you do not live in Chester County, you may still get a card by filling out an application and putting down that you attend KWS (since it is in Chester County, you are permitted a card).
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Internet site evaluation:
You can find information on the internet about any topic you might assigned at school. It is important to evaluate the information to decide if it is reliable. You can do so by answering the following questions: