Online Resourses

Screencast and "How To" Videos

How to Share a Google Drive item as a Link

Resource Accounts

Fact Cite Encyclopedia

username: willett
password: search

Follett Ebooks

username: Student
password: Willett

Citation Information

DJUSD uses MLA citation format at all grade levels. Here is a great site from Purdue University detailing the right way to cite works using MLA.

Check out the Willett Catalog

The Willett Library Catalog is now on-line!  
You can find us here: 
(Link will open in a new window)
If we don't have what you are 
looking for,  try the Yolo County Library 

Looking for Literature Recommendations? 

The California Department of Education has a Recommended Literature Search. 
It can be found here: 

Willett Literature Website

Looking for enrichment materials to go along with our Core Literature Sets? Check out this website, created and maintained by the Willett Library.

Willett Library's Literature Sets

Cool Links for Education

Google Arts and Culture - Includes links to virtual tours of famous museums

California Streaming - Database of videos and images for classrooms. Login required (students can get login info from their teacher or the library staff.)

CalSnap - A collection of educational databases for student and classroom use. Login required (students can get login info from their teacher or the library staff.)

Logical Fallacy Link

One of the important, on-going lessons during library class involves identifying and avoiding logical fallacies. Every week we start class with a new logical fallacy. Here is a link to an outside webpage that describes logical fallacies in more detail:

Evaluating Websites

Do you need some good information about how to evaluate a website?  Try this page from Colorado State University.

Native American Information

Here are some links to websites with information about Native Americans. These links provide supplementary materials for Willett's social studies curriculum. To suggest additional resources, please email Mr Fluetsch

DJUSD Resources Page

Historical Map of Native Lands in the United States from

Various Maps of Tribal Nations currently recognized by the U.S. Government from

Interactive Map of Native American Land Loss - 1776 to 1887 from

Maps of California Tribal Groups and Linguistic Groups from Genocide Studies Program, Yale University