Library Visits

To check out books or use the computers you MUST have: a signed pass from your teacher and your SCHOOL ID.

eBooks and Fun Links

Sometimes, we all just want some fun books to read. But what do you do when the library is closed? Check out these links below for some eBook links and some help in picking what to read next! 

We have access to multiple collections of e-books and audiobooks. Try them all out to find the perfect book for your needs!

eBooks: 

Use the Axis 360 collection on any type of device! Log in with your regular SPS Student ID and password!

http://commerce.axis360.baker-taylor.com/

Directions to log into our three NEW (as of January 2017) e-book and audio collections: Directions and links. CLICK HERE!


HSC Virtual Shelf


MackinVIA
Please type in High School of Commerce for your school
User name: Student ID   (teachers-last name, 1st initial)
Password: Spmm/dd/yy   (Sp and birthdate) (teachers password-just birthdate, no Sp)



https://library.biblioboard.com/?libraryId=509bdeec-f11f-4945-a874-91cd70a1e2fe




Log in to Biblioboard with your regular SPS username and password!

For use on any type of device!






http://masslibsystem.eblib.com/Patrons: select our library from the drop-down menu under High School of Commerce. Log in with your regular SPS username and password!






 

 You can now get the open ebooks app for your phone! Email me carterj@springfieldpublicschools.com to get the app and a code and PIN to log in!

 

 

C/W Mars eBooks for Kids


Project Gutenberg

MA ebook project

Pulseit (YA ebooks for free!)

Downloads

  • The Open Library
    Over 1 million ebook titles in the public domain, including many works of classic literature. A project of the Internet Archive. One web page for every book.
  • eBooks@Adelaide
    Out of copyright, classic works of literature, readable on the computer.
  • HathiTrust Digital Library
    Millions of books online.

Audiobooks

  • LibriVox
    Freely available audiobooks. Titles are from the public domain, read by volunteers.
  • Free Classic AudioBooks
    Only classic works. Narrated by volunteers, not professionals. But, hey, it's free.
  • Audiobooks.org
    Titles in the public domain for free, and plenty of samples of titles currently under copyright


Videobooks

What to read next?:

Goodreads (reviews and some great book lists)

Gale's Books and Authors site

Springfield City Library's Complete Digital catalog

Or Tweet at your librarian: @HSCLibraryPride (she will do her best to respond)

Book recommendations from the AP Science Teacher at Ludlow High School (great list! Lots of enjoyable non-fiction.)

Or, what to do next?: 

Springfield City Library's Teen Page


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