Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Commonwealth eBook Collections

The Dartmouth High School Library Media Center is a member of the Commonwealth eBook Collections Program. Students and faculty at DHS have access to a wide range of eBooks (fiction and nonfiction) through Axis360, Biblioboard, and EBL. 
Read for free on your phone, tablet, or computer!

CLICK HERE to get started.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

EasyBib Scholar

Click here to learn how to create your EasyBib Scholar Account, new for the 2015-2016 school year!

Friday, October 16, 2015

Freshmen Seminar Survey

Freshmen Seminar Students: 

Please click HERE to take a survey on your first day in the library for Freshmen Seminar.

At the very end of your SECOND day of Freshmen Seminar, click here to take the survey again. Have your answers changed?

Here is the link to Mrs. Z's instructions for creating a Google Site:

Click here

Monday, June 1, 2015

NEW! Board Games @ the LMC

New this semester: Board games @ the LMC!

Take a break
from the online drama

Grab a friend,  
play a game [face to face]

Relax & connect 
 @ your favorite school hang!

[Check out games at the circulation desk...just like laptops!]

Summer Reading

An announcement about Summer Reading at Dartmouth High School will be coming soon! 


Check back for more information.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Banned Books Week 2014

It's BACK! Happy Banned Books Week 2014! This event is all about celebrating the freedom to read. (Also, Happy Banned Websites Awareness Day, today - Wednesday 9/24).

If you stop by the LMC (I'm hoping you do!), you will notice some displays containing partially hidden books. These 75+ books are Dartmouth High School Library books. Throughout history, these titles have been challenged, banned, burned, censored, restricted, and removed in other libraries across the United States, as recently as this year. Unfortunately, this still happens today in the 21st century.

A library is a place where people can come to find information about all topics. A librarian’s job is to promote, provide, and protect the freedom to read and the freedom of choice. How would you feel if someone you don’t know told you that they personally disagreed with a book, and therefore, you couldn’t read it?

A library is a place where you can choose the materials you would like to read, and others can do the same. So choose a book, any book, and read…because you can! Not everyone across the U.S. can do the same.

~ Mrs. Z

P.S. Check out this week's Huffington Post article about the most frequently challenged books since 2013 (done up in infographics and pretty pictures, based on data published by the American Library Association).