This library never closes!
The Virtual Library
provides all citizens in Hanover County with access to quality
resources. The Hanover County Library Media program provides these
resources, as well as instruction on their use, in each school.
For remote access
passwords to subscription sites, Hanover County residents can
contact Julie Tate at firstname.lastname@example.org
or a Hanover County school librarian.
Discovery Education STREAMING
VAASL: Virginia Association
of School Librarians
American Library Association
AASL: American Association of School Librarians
WT Cox Periodicals
Library Media Services
Contact your librarian
Authoritative reference source for magazine/newspaper articles and
age-appropriate encyclopedias cover major areas of knowledge. Additional
products include Timelines and Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgos.
beginning research database on Animals, Earth & Science, and Biographies
Whiteboard resource focusing on engaging science and social studies
content for students spanning grades 3-5.
and citation generator. Accounts available for secondary students.
(MUST register from a school computer.)
best elementary reference sources and magazines. especially for
Kindergarten through Grade 5.
Professional Education Journals
Access only from a Hanover school
Comprehensive research collection of more than 760 magazines and
journals for professional development and continuing education.
2015 County RO Champions
Chickahominy MS "Word!"
2015 Regional RO Champions
Liberty MS "Bookologists"
The Hanover County
Library Media Program increases student achievement by promoting an
appreciation of literature, developing proficient users of information,
and encouraging lifelong learning.
Our school libraries
function as the information center of the school, by providing
intellectual and physical access to materials in all formats for all
curriculum content areas. Our school library programs are based on
the belief that reading and research are fundamental to successful
MLA and APA have updated the rules for proper citation style. The
following sites provide information:
Modern Language Association (MLA)
American Psychological Association
Purdue's OWL (for explanations)