WELCOME TO THE MHS LIBRARY HOMEPAGE
WELCOME TO THE MARYVALE HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY
HOME OF THE FLYERS
LIBRARY HOURS ARE FROM 7:30 a.m. - 2:10 P.M. SEE MS. MARCINIAK FOR AFTER SCHOOL HOURS
To find books and materials in the HS Library click on the Destiny Discover app below.
Log In (Username: Last name, first initial Password: Last four numbers of your student ID) to put books on hold, request books, or see due dates.
See Ms. Marciniak or Mrs. Schmidt for help.
DESTINY DISCOVER - Provides one interface for easy access to all of the library's print and digital resources, including eBooks, audiobooks, and subscription databases.
SORA - Provides instant access to all e-books and audiobools available throught the MHS Library.
SUBSCRIPTION DATABASES AVAILABLE AT THE HS LIBRARY FOR MHS STUDENTS ONLY. FOR A LINK TO PASSWORDS FOR THE DATABASES, CLICK ON THE LINK TO THE LEFT ENTITLED "SUBSCRIPTION DATABASES" You will be taken to a GOOGLE Document with passwords to access these MHS Student resources.
Research Databases are liscensed for For MHS Students Only. See Ms. Marciniak or Mrs. Schmidt for access Information (User Name and Password required).
BLOOM'S LITERATURE - The Bloom's library of literary criticism presents expert analysis, by of the writers and works most often studied in high schools. The Bloom's eBooks and database are essential to every student of literature.
FLOCABULARY- Includes multimedia supplemental content and resources that strenghten district-specific core curriculum and contains over 7,000 standards based programs available. Shares media content in patnership with Disney Educational Productions, the National Science Foundation, Reader’s Digest, A&E, Discovery Channel, Connect With Kids, and more. (Replaces Discovery Education).
GALE-NOVEL NY DATABASES - Links to all Gale Cengage Databases for MHS students for all research needs.
GALE NEW YORK STATE NEWSPAPERS - Links to Newpaper articles from NYS publications.
GALE VIRTUAL REFERENCE LIBRARY - Links to full-text online general reference books, biographies, history, law and literature.
OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS IN CONTEXT - A cross-curricular research database that supports relevant social issues, science, social studies, current events, and language arts classes. Includes pro/con viewpoints, reference articles, interactive maps, infographics, and more. Periodical content covers current events, news and commentary, economics, environmental issues, political science, and more.
US HISTORY COLLECTION - A comprehensive collection of periodicals supporting topics in U.S. History.
WORLD HISTORY COLLECTION - A comprehensive collection of periodicals supporting topics in World History.
SALEM PRESS - Covers e-books available through the High School Library for research or information on controversial, modern day topics.
DISCOVERY EDUCATION (DISCONTINUED 9/18. REPLACED BY FLOCABULARY)
TEACHING BOOKS - The mission of Teaching Books is to equitably give all readers insights and opportunities that deepen their understanding and joy of the books they are reading, to empower every reader to connect deeply with a book, gain insights and understanding from the author, and to throuughly experience the joy of reading. The selection reflects diverse cultural experiences, interests, ability levels and are paired with other resources and book titles that further reading enjoyment, contextual knowledge, and educational relevance.
NY HERITAGE - A portal of digital material for learning more about the people, places and events that contributed to the making of New York State.
BOOKSHARE - Bookshare® is an ebook library that makes reading easier. People with reading barriers can customize their experience and read in ways that work for them. See (ask Ms. Marciniak or your teacher for help.)