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Recent Announcements from Central Library

  • English Department 2018 Summer Enrichment Click the link below for more information...English Department 2018 Summer Enrichment
    Posted Jun 15, 2018, 5:41 AM by Central Library
  • Fri. June 8th Bell Schedule Class Day – Fri. June 8thAll seniors, with their caps and gowns, meet in the gym at 8:00am, for the official Senior Class Picture before procession to the ...
    Posted Jun 5, 2018, 3:51 AM by Central Library
  • FREE EasyBib in Google Docs Since the Manchester School District is a G-Suite school using the educational functionality of Google, students and staff needing to do MLA citations can use both the free EasyBib ...
    Posted May 25, 2018, 5:16 AM by Central Library
  • Google Drive changes/new features From our Manchester School District IT Department...There is new "look" for Google Drive and you may opt in to new features in Gmail.Google Drive: There has been no ...
    Posted May 17, 2018, 4:00 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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