Learning Commons/Media Center

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Welcome to the Indian Hill High School
Learning Commons Media Center ! 

 

Featured Book:

March 1

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Gutenberg

Happenings-
Type instead of Tweet! Explore our vintage typewriter in the Media Center

 

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I find television to be very educating.
Every time somebody turns on the set, I go in the other room and read a book.
-Groucho Marx

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What’s NEW?

You can Invent Your Own App for Your Phone!

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Library FAQs

HOURS:  7:15 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday (No weekend or school vacation hoursPHONE:  513-272-4601 FAX:       513-272-4613 STAFF:   Victoria Mendoza – Media Specialist   Kendra Leonard– Library Assistant  

Voki

 Media Production Studio 

Vick's Picks MRS. MENDOZA’S BLOG

Circulation Policies

 LC8

 Books circulate for a period of two weeks.


All 
other materials circulate from 1 – 3 days

 
 Troy and Ali

 

Patron Services

 

 

Dr. Shelton

  • Information Skills coaching
  • Automated online catalog
  • Wireless laptop computers
  • Multimedia Production Studio
  • Copier; network printers
  • Small Group Collaboration Booths
  • Casual, comfy conversation area
  • Latte, cappucino, scones … just kidding.
 
LC Students 
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Casual AreasYour High School Media Center houses a diverse collection containing 13,000 books, periodicals, audiovisuals and electronic databases. In addition, we have 96 wireless laptops, which support research and offer curriculum-specific software for class use.     The library-media curriculum emphasizes the Big6™ approach to research as well as information literacy skills.  Skills such as locating, organizing, utilizing and comprehending information are needed to prepare students to grow and adapt in a rapidly changing technological society.

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