•  HOOD RIVER VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY
    Monday - Friday 7:00 - 5:30 PM 541-386-4500 X4527
         
      Library Staff   
    Ann Zuehlke - Days  ann.zuehlke@hoodriver.K12.or.us
    Patsy McNulty - Afterschool   patsy.mcnulty@hoodriver.K12.or.us
    Matthew Gerlick- District Librarian   matthew.gerlick@hoodriver.K12.or.us

     

    nyt Check the latest in news:

    New York Times - FREE RESOURCE 

    on-site at HRVHS school year 2017/2018

    NYTimes.com

     

    oslis  Back to School Success with OSLIS

    This is the Best Comprehensive Research Database  we have at HRV,  History, Health, Science, Social Studies and much more

    Parents, did you know that your child has access to a suite of Gale periodicals databases through OSLIS? Not sure what a periodicals database is? Basically, it’s a collection of thousands of articles and images from reference books, magazines, newspapers, and journals, and students can use the information for assignments, research papers, and personal interests. Watch this 2-minute video to find out more: http://bit.ly/2eTBDFH. To access the Gale databases, go to http://secondary.oslis.org/find-information.oslis        

    LOGIN:  hoodrive

    Password: oslis

     

     med line     National Library Of Medicine:  Is the world’s largest medical library, it brings you information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues in language you can understand. MedlinePlus offers reliable, up-to-date health information, anytime, anywhere, 

     

     Wordsmith Discover the Magic of Words  
     current_headline_news   Current News with a "CLICK"  
     OSLIS  OSLIS- Learn to Research, Research to Learn  
    Sage Libray A library catalog serving the members of the Hood River Valley Library System  
    OPENeBOOKS
    Open eBooks is to encourage a love of reading and serve as a gateway to reading  
    Oregon Battle of the Books
     Stay tuned for Oregon Battle of the Book List for 2017! 

     

     

     

     

    Let's Do Dewey: The Dewey decimal system is used in more than 200,000 libraries throughout the world and it has been translated into 35 languages. The Dewey decimal system, using numbers and letters, coordinates materials on the same subject and on related subjects to make items easier to find on the shelves. All knowledge is divided into ten main classes.

     
           

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Last Modified on October 4, 2017