Our M’KIS Library provides opportunities for students to gather knowledge and learn skills through research and accessing information as well as to gain a lifelong interest in reading.
Living in an information age, the primary objective of any learning institution is to identify, locate, analyze, organize and share information in a clear, concise and ethical manner.
As technology advances, students need to develop skills to manage complex information formats. Our Media Literacy Program, as an integral part of the total curriculum, is the vehicle that provides opportunities for students to achieve these skills and to foster a lifelong interest in both reading and knowledge. The M’KIS Information Literacy Integration Specialist collaborates with classroom teachers to provide effective learning opportunities to acquire and practice Information Literacy skills in an authentic context.