CVU now has access to over two dozen magazines in digital format through EBSCO's Flipster platform. Please browse the collection and let us know if you'd like access to a title that we haven't ordered yet.
Use our new subscription version of NoodleTools to create your bibliographies! Log in with your school email account.
NoodleTools allows you to cite, archive and evaluate sources, organize notes, and outline. The 'Sharing and Collaboration' function allows students and teachers/advisors to work together on a project.
There are many features that make NoodleTools a terrific research helper. Take advantage of the option in your account profile ("My Account" - "My Profile") to display "Show Me" help screens for source checking and for help finding the information required for source evaluation with the CRAAP test. Check out the Help Bubbles offered when making a citation.
Banned Books Week, sponsored by the American Library Association. Help us highlight banned titles by visiting our display across from the Direction center.
Ingrid Sundberg, author of All We Left Behind, will visit CVU on Friday, April 8th. She'll work with a couple of classes, and she'll give a presentation in the library during W3 from 12:00-1:00. Everyone is welcome at this event, and we encourage you to bring your students. Ingrid's stories and insight will have a positive impact on all in our community who attend.
Ingrid earned her MFA at Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier, and so she is excited to return to our state and share her debut book with Vermont teens.
For more about Ingrid's book and style, please visit her blog or check out this profile her hometown newspaper did about All We Left Behind.
vote in the final round of our Reading Madness Championship. It's The Martian by Andy Weir vs. 1984 by George Orwell.
Amnesty International: "Every year, around Human Rights Day on December 10th, hundreds of thousands of people around the world write letters and send email messages to help people they've never met. Letter writing has always been at the core of Amnesty's work, and 54 years of human rights activism show that letters really do have the power to change lives."