CESC LIBRARY RESOURCES

Welcome to the Cranbourne East Secondary College website.  The Library is a physical space where students can come to read and research.  We store a wide range of reading material including, Non Fiction books, Reference books, Fictional stories, Quick reads (for when you need to fill in ten minutes at the end of class)  We also have a growing collection of Graphic Novels.

This online space has been created to help you begin to locate information you will need to complete your units of work.  There are also guides to help you look for authentic information on line, take notes and reference correctly.

There will also be book reviews, Book of the Month, Library news and other features to celebrate reading. 

Because this site exists to support students we would value your feedback and ideas.  If you have any suggestions let Miss Fisk or Mrs.  Moncrieff know or fill in one of the suggestion box forms.

https://frankston.spydus.com/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/MSGTRN/WPAC/HOME

You will need to register for the this library as well. The button for that is at the top right of the page.    Currently the Frankston library has a selection of eBooks shown on their homepage.  They also have a Teen eBook collections, which you can browse through.

International Children’s Digital Library

http://en.childrenslibrary.org/index.shtml

Access to different books from around the world, also can be read in different languages.

How to use the library is explained in this link.

http://en.childrenslibrary.org/books/activities/index.shtml

 

 

https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

Audible has a range of free audible books for children and teens.  Although it is limited the books are current and popular.

https://www.cclc.vic.gov.au/

If you are not a member then you can join up on line.  You will be able to access their large collection of ebooks, audiobooks and emagazines. 

To join, click on the ‘Join’ button at the top of the page.  You will need to fill in the registration form and send it through.  You will receive an online code, which you will have to use to access the library. 

https://www.slv.vic.gov.au/

The State Library is a good place to begin your research, you will have access to online journals and books. You will need to become a member first but that can be done on line.  This site is especially useful for senior students.

To join click on the ‘Become a Member’ button on the top of your screen.  You will need to answer five quick questions and then verify the email they send to you.

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