Welcome to the Media Centre (CDI)
With Documentary resources, books, Internet access, four computers and an A4 black-and-white printer, the Media Centre is fully equipped for all members of the educational community to conduct documentary research, consulting or to borrow documents or read them in the centre itself.
The Media Centre is open from 8am to 5pm Mondays to Thursdays and from 8am to 4pm on Fridays.
Students mainly use the media centre to:
- Learn to conduct documentary research
- Work with a teacher (TPE, IDD, ECJS, etc.)
- Gather career and further study information
- Read magazines, comic strips or books
- Borrow documents
- Carry out a project entailing the use of documents such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, documentary books, magazines and the Internet
* Internet access is reserved for educational use; Internet usage is governed by the the IT charter.
The media centre’s resources:
Documentary collection in October 2014:
- 2596 Novels
- 271 Tales
- 931 Plays
- 240 Poems
- 9 864 Documentary books
- 791 Comic books
- BCDI: Thanks to software embedded in the computers, students can find the available documents in the Media Centre quickly and easily. 6th and 7th Graders receive training on the software.
- Scholarvox is a digital library of documentary books. Every student can read them online.
- Lesite.tv is a pedagogical website that offers more than 3,000 videos to download. The videos all tie in with the curriculum, covering 26 subjects and 3 Grades
The Media Centre also has many Onisep documents on career guidance for the High School and French higher education system. The files are also available on the computers.
Rules and regulations:
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