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Audiobooks through Bookshare

Bookshare is managed through the library and is an accessible online collection of audiobooks available for free to qualified U.S. students with print disabilities. It is made available through funding from the U.S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). Narration is an automated computer voice. Audiobooks may be downloaded to an mp3 player or to a student’s personal device, and accessed using a free Android or IOS application.

Interlibrary Loan

MUHS Library participates in the Vermont statewide interlibrary loan system. School, public, and college libraries in Vermont share a union catalog with access to each other’s holdings and lend and borrow materials from each other’s libraries. All requests to borrow items from other libraries must go through the MUHS library.

MUHS eBook Collections

Gale Collection Reference eBooks for research 

Infobase epointplus - Nonfiction and reference books for research

Overdrive popular fiction and non-fiction eBooks and Audiobooks VT Schools shared collection  ~ MUHS collection

Library Collection Development follows the ACSD Selection of Library Materials Policy and the Selection and Reconsideration procedures. 

The physical library collection includes books, DVDs, audiobooks, and a range of media and equipment. The book collection is organized by non-fiction and reference, fiction (by genre), graphic novels, biographies, memoir, professional teaching, college and careers, and world language. The library subscribes to eleven periodicals, including popular titles such as Make Magazine, National Geographic, Wired, and Time.

The virtual library collection includes database subscriptions to Gale Cengage, JSTOR, Bloom’s Literature, Oxford English Dictionary, and Classroom Video/World Cinema. Digital newspaper subscriptions include the New York Times, Burlington Free Press (also in print), Addison Independent (also in print) and the Rutland Herald. eBooks are available through Gale, Bloom’s Literature databases, Follett, Salem Press, and Infobase Learning. All students, faculty, and staff may access Virtual Library passwords for databases and subscriptions.