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ClassVR Training Sessions
(pre-requisite for checking out Virtual Reality headsets)

ERS Library recently purchased ClassVR Virtual Reality headsets to add to our circulating collection. Two kits of eight (8) headsets each are now available to the staff of all sites with an ERS Library Media Services contract. 

Please note that checkout of these kits includes a prerequisite of attending a one hour training session.

This session will cover:
Setup - Unpacking the headsets, configuring each headset with your school’s wi-fi details, plus the downloading & setup of VR lessons on each headset.
Curriculum Resources – The ClassVR Portal is home to 500+ curriculum aligned educational VR resources. Learn how to search these ready made collections, build your own lessons and even upload your own VR content.
Student Use - Explore the teacher interface as you learn to guide students through the VR experience, highlighting points of interest, promoting collaboration and encouraging peer discussion along the way.
Troubleshooting - Basic troubleshooting tips & tricks that will ensure a smooth VR experience for everyone involved.

For more information on the course content, contact Steve Woods at (559) 651-3077 or For registration information, contact Sara Torabi at (559) 651-3031 or

Dates/Times (click here for flyer, click a date below to register):
April 24 (4 pm - 5 pm)
May 16 (4 pm - 5 pm)

2017-18 ERS Library Supported Student Events

Reading Revolution is a fun reading competition designed to promote literacy and the joy of reading for students in grades 4-8, regardless of ability. The goal is for students to experience a variety of quality literature and nonfiction, while increasing reading comprehension and promoting collaboration and teamwork. Teams of four students read, discuss, and practice quizzing each other in preparation for the actual competition, during which students will answer questions in a variety of formats and with varying levels of difficulty.
              Click here for more information.

Young Authors' Faire offers budding writers in grades K-8 an opportunity to have their books read by others.  The books, written by students, are on display for the entire week, while visitors are invited to read and comment on them.

This event always has a great response from the community because of the hard work the students put into creating original stories and books.  An evening reception is held so that the public can meet the young authors and help them celebrate in their success.
             Click here for more information.

Visit our multimedia portals!

The ERS Portals are available wherever you (and your students) have Internet access... desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone; at school, at home or on the road!

          Teacher Portal              Teen Portal               Kids Portal

Kids Portal and Teen Portal Bookmarks Available

Maintain the classroom learning momentum by providing your students with unlimited access to a suite of valuable (and fun) online learning tools. Step 1 - download the Kids Portal (K-8) or Teen Portal (9-12) bookmarks below.  Step 2 - open the file in Adobe PDF to add your school's name and customized login.  Step 3 - print, cut, and send these bookmarks home with your students. 

Click on either image below to download bookmarks for the Kids and Teens Portals (Adobe PDF).


ERS Library/TRC Hours

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8:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday & Sundays

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