Library Media Center
Certified Library Media Specialist: Bryn Mutch, MLS,
CT. eResource Advisory Board, CT. Digital Library Advisory Board, UConn ECE Affiliate
CHS Library Hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 7:20 am - 2:50 pm
Tuesday, Thursday 7:20 am-4:00 pm
Click on the link below to use the CHS library catalog to search for books, eBooks, and downloadable audiobooks. Log in using your PowerSchool username and password.
Research / Database Links
The following databases provide a wealth of information for research projects. They can be used at school and at home, but require usernames and passwords. Click on the link below for passwords/ instructions to access the databases, or visit the library to find out more.
Forget EasyBib! NoodleTools is a bibliographic research platform for creating citations, notecards, and outlines. See the 'passwords' document above to create your account.
Use the researchIT CT databases to find 'scholarly/ peer-reviewed' articles for any subject. Includes scholarly journals. reference, magazine, and newspaper resources. Make sure to "Sign in with Google" (cpsctg.org) at school first to be able to access from home.
Use the link above to access researchIT CT if you can't sign in with Google and you don't have a library card.
Use these databases for 'scholarly/ peer-reviewed' articles on American history and government, world history, geography, and social issues. See the 'passwords' document above to access.
Use the Opposing Viewpoints database for 'scholarly/ peer-reviewed' articles on social/ political issues - great for debates! Includes reference, magazine, journal, and newspaper articles.
Best collection of books for 'scholarly/ peer-reviewed' research in history, science, issues, and most other subjects. Don't forget about music, health, life skills, sports, technology, and biographies. Sign in with Google (cpsctg.org).
Need something new? 38 popular titles including back issues. Magazines are downloadable and printable; sign in with Google. Get the Flipster app!
Like YouTube for all subject areas- but better than YouTube because it gives you the citations for your 'Works Cited' page and you can use the 'transcript' button to read or copy/paste from a text transcription of the video you are watching. YouTube can't do that! Subjects include Business and Economics, Social Studies, Health and Nutrition, Literature and Language Arts, Science and Mathematics, Family and Guidance, Visual and Performing Arts, and Archival Films and Newsreels.
Great quick reads for learning the basics about any subject! Access any time, anywhere with Google sign-in.