Even if you never go to the library, with a library card, you can:
get online homework help (tutor.com)
read online books and magazines
listen to audio books
get ESL services
WhatshouldIreadnext - if you like this, then read this... you put in title, it will give you titles with similar story lines, writing styles, etc. We may or may not have these books at WMS. If not, you can check the public library link.
Literature Map - you put in author's name, and the authors closest to it in the map will have similar writing styles. We may or may not have books by these authors at WMS. If not, you can check the public library link.
The databases on the library website are the best places to research: they are 100% credible (less work for you), the information is updated every 24 hours, and a citation is provided for you to copy and paste into Noodletools.
However, if you decide to go rogue when you research and use Google, at least use Google Scholar... it is Google for school... it is NOT a database! The Google Scholar bookmark can be found in your pushed district bookmarks. They eliminate most of the junk, and they provide a citation for you to copy and paste into Noodletools. The citation can be found in the quotation symbol ( " ) under each website. You are still responsible for figuring out of the site is credible or not, which means more work for you. You can use the Credibility Checklist found above on this page.