Access the Library Catalog
Passwords for students, faculty, and staff to access databases and subscriptions (must be signed into your acsdvt.org account)
Access our collection of ebooks and audiobooks.
1. Download Sora the reading app
2. Find Middlebury Union High School
3. Sign in using your acsdvt.org email account. You must be logged into you acsdvt.org account to authenticate access to our collections.
3. Search or browse for ebooks and audiobooks. If you don't see the title you are looking for email your request to your librarian, Mrs. Sherman email@example.com
About the Learning CenterLibrarian: Stephanie Sherman 802-382-1144, firstname.lastname@example.orgAssistant Librarian: Louise Carl 802-382-1148 (Circulation desk), email@example.comCataloging: Ellen Hanson, firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Library is opened daily from 7:45am until 3:30pm.
The MUHS Learning Center consists of the Library and the Technology Center and serves all members of the MUHS teaching and learning community. The Learning Center supports the beliefs and core values of MUHS and ACSD, and the mission of International Baccalaureate “to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.”
The library provides equitable access to a collection of print and digital resources and services that meet the diverse needs and interests of our community. The library goals align with the action steps in the ACSD Digital Learning Plan and to the six foundations of the American Association of School Library (AASL) Standards Framework for Learners — Inquire, Include, Collaborate, Curate, Explore, and Engage.
The library upholds the American Library Association Code of Ethics and Library Bill of Rights and preserves the values of an informed citizenry, open and equitable access to knowledge, and intellectual diversity. The function of the library will continue to evolve amidst changing technological and pedagogical conditions in order to help students develop a love and appreciation of reading and literature, ensure freedom of information, prepare information savvy life long learners, and create safe and supportive environments for focused and collaborative learning.
Library users are expected to
- Be respectful of others and the academic environment of the library
- Be productive and allow others to be productive
- Be responsible inquirers and creative problem-solvers