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St. Petersburg Catholic High School Virtual Media Center  

Welcome to St. Petersburg Catholic's Virtual Media Center! It is open 24/7 to provide you with valuable resources for your research needs!
Last Updated: Aug 17, 2017 URL: http://libguides.spchs.org/content.php?pid=626429 Print Guide RSS Updates

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Mission of SPC's Media Center

The mission of St. Petersburg Catholic's Media Center is to insure that students and staff are effective users of information by:

  • Providing access to information and ideas which support the curriculum and mission of St. Petersburg Catholic High School.
  • Providing instruction and assistance on how to locate and use all resources.

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Thanks

Thanks to Karen Davidson-Heller, Library Director of O'Donnell Learning Commons, Malden Catholic High School for template use.

 

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Mrs. Lori Wright, Coordinator of the Media Center
Contact Info
727-344-4065 ex. 252
Media Center Hours
Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Friday - 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
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Quick Links

  • Digital Public Library of America
    Free digital material from America’s libraries, archives, and museums: photographs, manuscripts, books, sounds, moving images, and much more!
  • Sweetsearch
    Use this search engine to search 35,000 Web sites that research experts, librarians and teachers have evaluated and approved.
  • Project Gutenberg
    Project Gutenberg offers over 42,000 free ebooks: download them or read them online.
  • eBooks @ Adelaide
    Provides access to the “classic” works of civilization and promotes reading of the same.

What Should I Read Next?

  • What Should I Read Next?
    Try this site and see what you think. It's useful tool to find new books to read!
  • Bookseer
    This is a fun site to use. Enter the title and author of a book you just read and you'll get suggestions for what to read next.
  • Teen Reads
    A site devoted to teen reading.
  • Good Reads
    Want to find something to read that is similar to what you have been reading? Or, do you want to read something totally new and different? Maybe you want to see what other guys are reading. Try this site. It's easy to sign up for an account.
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    A portal to the "best book-related sites on the web".
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