Welcome to the Information and Research Commons!
Plants are shaped by cultivation and men by education...
-Jean Jacques Rousseau, Emile, On Philosophy of Education
The Mission of Minnechaug Regional High School's Information and Research Commons is to support the development of information literate students who are able to read, apply ethics and appreciate the work of others while learning information behavior skills that can be sustained throughout life, transferred into different environments and recontextualized to suit a specific need.
- Click the link once signed into your Google Account.
- Video's includes how to use Plus Portal, steps to research, how to access specific sources and more.
Sora offers our modern students a choice between reading experiences. In addition to our paper book collection, SORA empowers MRHS students to discover and enjoy ebooks and audiobooks. Below offers you a direct connection to the YA-Adult collection. These books have been selected by school librarians all over Massachusetts. Read or Listen for fun or school, with Sora learning continues.
- Over 500 eBooks and Audiobooks are always available for students to use with friends or an entire class.
- Borrow from the other 16,000 titles for up to two weeks.
- Place materials on hold
- Create a wishlist of reading titles
Download the app to a tablet or phone using Apple or Google Play.
Read directly from a computer.
- Locate Minnechaug Regional High School
- Use Google Information to Log-in
- Begin Browsing
A blog dedicated to sharing books, websites, articles, technology tools, videos & podcasts with the "Chaug" community. Students and teachers interested in contributing should link to the correct submission form to publish.
- Book Review
- Website Review
- Article Review
- Technology Tool/App/Device Review
- Video Review
- Podcast Review
Information Specialist: Dr. Georgina Trebbe
Ask the librarian
In October of 2019 the IRC hosted a drawing event called Inktober. “Inktober is a month long art challenge created by artist Jake Parker that is focused on improving skill and developing positive drawing habits.” We hope to bring this back to the IRC in October of 2020.
Check out the student artwork below!