Welcome to the Conaton Library Media Center in the Student Life Center at Cathedral High School
The library is open Monday through Thursday 7:00am to 6:30pm and Friday 7:00am to 6:00pm
Library Quick News
For the next Books & Bagels meeting--Thursday, March 13-- we chose The Grimm Legacy by Polly Shulman. Read it and come to the meeting prepared to discuss it. OR just come prepared to eat a bagel!
Come down and win a full size candy bar by matching first lines from books to their titles! The window display outside the library has it all listed, the librarian has the matching sheet.READ 5 BY 5/5 FOR $5!!
What? 5 bucks for reading 5 books by May 5, 2014 AND free lunch with your fellow readers! Just see the librarian to sign up! Of course you can!
TRY THIS NEW SEARCH ENGINE: STUDENT APPROPRIATE AND FULL OF GREAT SITES:
Teachers: check out this Video Guide for great ideas on using videos in classroom. Good stuff!
Our casual book club, the Page Brigade, meets Fridays during lunches in the library workroom. This group spawns our Battle of the Books team for spring.
Explore...Create...Collaborate...Learn for Life
Your friendly library staff:
The mission of the Cathedral High School Library is to encourage and support students and staff in their quests for knowledge and good books. We provide access to resources to meet their needs, and to help develop the information literacy skills necessary for lifelong reading and independent learning.
Click the link above to access your library's catalog. You can limit your search to Cathedral's holdings.
Click the link above to access your library's databases. You'll need your library card number. Don't know it? You may use the CHS room card number for access (21978060290212 pin: 0212)
Click here for a brief tutorial on using our library catalog and databases.
Click here for a website evaluation tutorial.
The Library collection consists of:
Over 11,000 print books, 1,400 video titles, and access to over 2,000,000 items through our IMCPL catalog
Dowloadable ebooks & audiobooks for iPad or other reading device
4 Daily Newspapers
80 Exceptional Databases Need your library card number? Call the librarian @ 968-7389 or email email@example.com
38 iMacs currently running Windows and Mac
Putting it all together? Link to ALA's best educational websites for ideas on how to present your work in creative and interesting ways!
Cathedral High School has been a partner of the Indianapolis Public Library since 1995. Our library card is the public library card. The holdings of the Cathedral High School Media Center can be seen online at the IMCPL website.
A special feature of this partnership is students and staff may request material from throughout the IMCPL network. Material is then delivered to the Cathedral High School Media Center on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.