Media Center

About the Media Center

 

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The Library Media Center is home to a large collection of popular fiction and nonfiction reads, with over 6,900 books total. 

I'm willing to bet we have something for you.  Not so sure? Ask me for a recommendation!

 

In addition to our fantastic book collection, we have a full desktop computer lab with 26 computers AND two Chromebook carts for teachers and students to use, totaling 64 Chromebooks. 

We have an Overdrive eBook Kiosk that allows you to download eBooks to your device, and if you'd like, we even have Kindles available for checkout.  Additionally, you can borrow headphones or charge your phone or device at our charging station!

 

The Media Center is a great place for classes and groups to work on projects.  There is plenty of space and comfy, moveable furniture for any group!

Not only that, but you have the technology and books at your fingertips!

 

Helpful links below

 


Your login and password are available from the Media Center. No password is needed from school computers.

INFOhio is a collection of databases and tools to help students with research and studies.  INFOhio's components include electronic resources for schools, instructional development for teachers, and school library automation -- all promoting information literacy and media literacy using technology. Test prep materials are also available through INFOhio: such as ACT, SAT, Common Core, etc.


DACC Online Catalog
Through DACC's online catalog, students can access the media center catalog from any computer with an internet connection to find materials to meet their needs and interests.

DACC Senior Project Support
Find resources here for your senior projects.

 


This database is paid for by DACC for career exploration.  It includes continually updated information about a large variety of career fields and includes: education requirements, starting salaries, job requirements, availability of positions, and much more.

There are many resources here, including newspapers from around the word available with a quick search.

 

This is a free citation creation site for MLA format citations.  Can copy and paste web addresses or article titles to have the proper citation created for you or use the fill-in-the-blank form to have a citation formatted properly.  This site will also create an alphabetized works cited list for the user as well.

Purdue University Online Writing Lab:  Includes MLA and APA guides for research papers and other tips for researching and writing.