Welcome to the Library Media CenterOur Library Media Center is more than just books, it is now a center for digital learning. We houses a large selection of fiction and nonfiction books – including audiobooks, large print books, reference books, and graphic novels – as well as computers for student use and laptop carts for classroom use. The wide array of resources for our students and staff makes our Library Media Center the hub for all literary, research, and project needs.We encourage teaches and students to use reliable research systems for papers and projects. Our variety of databases are available for in-school and at-home use. We also house items for student use on school projects such as digital cameras, video cameras, and computers with internet access and printing capabilities. Note: these items are for use only during school hours and under teacher supervision.We also want to teach our students to be media literate, so students have access to current issues of a variety of newspapers and magazines.
Newspapers• Worcester Telegram & Gazette• Milford Daily News• The Boston GlobeMagazines• American History • National Geographic• Animation • Popular Mechanics• Cars & Parts • Popular Science• Cooks Illustrated • Print• Discover • School Arts• Entrepreneur • Science News• Fine Homebuilding • Smithsonian• Fine Woodworking • Time• Food Network • VideoMaker• Motor Trend
Check Out These Resources...The following resources may require a password when used outside of the school building. Passwords are available through the English department or media center.• MAS Ultra School Edition - magazines, full text reference books, biographies,
primary source documents, and an image collection (photos, maps & flags)• Vocational and Career Collection• Science Reference Center• Health Source Consumer Edition• TOPICsearch• Newspaper Source• ERIC-the Education Resource Information Center• Professional Development Collection• Advanced Placement Source• Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition• Full text of International and Domestic Newspapers & Magazines.• American Government• American History• Issues: Understanding Controversy and Society• World History: The Modern EraPrimary source documents from the National ArchivesStudents are encouraged to use EasyBib for citations on all major research projects.
Come Visit Us!Stop by the Library Media Center to
check out a book, learn more about our
resources, or receive help on a project.
Our Hours Are:
Monday: 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.Tuesday: 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.Wednesday: 7:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.For questions or concerns
feel free to contact:Kathryn MaloLibrary Media Center Specialist508-529-7758 X2710kmalo@valleytech.k12.ma.us