McIninch Library at Central High School


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Recent Announcements from Central Library

  • Use a Chromebook for a Mod! If there are no Library computers available, use  a  Chromebook  for  a  Mod!   Students may check out a Chromebook, for use in the library, during the mod.   The Chromebook will ...
    Posted Nov 22, 2016, 7:22 AM by Central Library
  • Library Open Before School @ 7:00am Once again, the Library is open before school from 7:00am every school day morning.
    Posted Nov 21, 2016, 4:45 AM by Central Library
  • 'Library Resources' via an Aspen Page Aspen Pages can help all members of a school community easily share information and ideas. Pages in Aspen are web pages that are set up at the classroom or group ...
    Posted Nov 9, 2016, 5:57 AM by Central Library
  • Literary Reference Center Plus This year at Central we were able to upgrade our Literary Reference Center to the Plus version.   Literary Reference Center Plus™ Plus is described by Ebsco as a full-text ...
    Posted Oct 27, 2016, 9:57 AM by Central Library
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McIninch Library Mission Statement

The mission of the McIninch Library Media Center is to introduce students and faculty/staff to a variety of information derived from print, non-print, and information technology sources. The McIninch Library Media Center endeavors to prepare students and faculty/staff to be knowledgeable users of information and to become lifelong learners. 

McIninch Library Goal

The goal of the McIninch Library Media Center program is to assist students to develop perceptive and mature competencies in research techniques. This is accomplished through library orientation sessions, mini-lessons, and individual consultations with students. During these encounters students learn how to evaluate print and electronic sources for their accuracy and comprehensiveness.

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