Hudson School Libraries- More Than Just A Good Book!
College Credit Plus
Student Resources in Context
Power Search
Opposing Viewpoints
Issues and Controversies
Points of View Reference Center
OverDrive eBooks
Gale Virtual Reference
SIRS Issues Researcher Teen Health and Wellness
Global Issues in Context
 U.S. History in Context  World History in Context Artemis Primary Sources Web image 
 Science in Context  Science Online Science Science Reference Center Reference
 Literature Online  Literary Reference Center  Biography Reference Bank
 AP Photo Archives Civil War  
CQ Press  
 World Book Advanced  World Book Hispanica Saber  Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgos

NoveList Plus             
 Country Reports Slavery in America EBSCOhost
Digital Videos  
Resources for Grades 9-12

My VR Spot  

Discovery Education  

 American Memory

State Recognized “Library of Distinction” in 2009

The library is located on the second floor directly above the office and guidance areas with its entrance across from the courtyard. Students have access to the library from 7:30 to 3:15 each day. 

The library program provides classes for students in essential 21st century skills of inquiry, ethical behavior, technology, information literacy and media literacy as well as reading for enjoyment. Classes are designed and scheduled with teachers to support their units of study.

Students have access to the online catalog, INFOhio databases and purchased databases 24/7 through the library website: Passwords to databases are given to all students. Students may use iPods and MP3 players, work on computers, watch news and educational television /video programs, create iMovies, podcasts, PowerPoints, and other multimedia products, work in groups to study or develop projects, or simply to read while in the library.

Materials may be checked out for 2 weeks and renewed for another 2 weeks. Fines are 5 cents per day for overdue materials.