Media Center

The Marquette Catholic High School Library Media Center is designed to be a place for quiet research and typing papers.  Students are invited to use the center before school, during their assigned study hall, homeroom, or during a class period when their teacher has excused them.  Students must have a pass from their teacher to use the Media Center.  Seniors are not required to have a pass during early out.  Teachers are also invited to use the Media Center with their classes.  Computer class are also held in the far end of the Media Center.

Other websites that are helpful but do not require a password:

http://www.catholic.org

http://www.newadvent.org

http://www.vatican.va

http://atlapedia.com  (contains full color physical maps, political maps and key facts on countries of the world)

http://poemhunter.com

Our area public libraries are also a great source for reference databases as well as online catalogs.  Students who have library cards at their local libraries may visit them online.  In most cases the library card barcode is the password.  Here are links to the libraries where Marquette students reside:
Alton and Godfrey:  http://haynerlibrary.org  
Bethalto:  http://bethaltolibrary.org 
Brighton:  http://brightonlibrary.org 
Collinsville:  http://www.collinsvillelibrary.org 
East Alton:  http://www.eastaltonlibrary.org  
Edwardsville:  http://www.edwardsvillelibrary.org 
Glen Carbon:  http://www.glen-carbon.il.us/index.aspx?nid=379
Granite City:  http://www.smrld.org/ 
Jerseyville:  http://jerseyvillelibrary.org 
Madison: http://www.madisonpubliclibrary.org 
Maryville:  http://www.maryvillelibrary.org 
Roxana:  http://www.roxanalibrary.org 
St. Louis: http://www.slpl.org 
St. Louis County:  http://www.slcl.org 
Troy:  http://troylibrary.org 
Wood River:  http://woodriverlibrary.org

 

 

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