Dauphin County Technical School Library is committed to helping students achieve success in school, by assisting students in becoming effective users of information and lifelong learners. Through collection development, teacher collaboration and student instruction, the library staff works to support the curriculum, teach information literacy skills, foster literature appreciation and promote social responsibility.
Library Hours: Monday-Friday 7:50am-3:10pm
- Noodle Tools
Noodle Tools assists students in the research process by helping them organize their materials. Students can access this from home, by creating their own accounts.
- Turn It In
Students can submit research papers to accounts created by teachers to be checked for plagiarism.
EbscoHost database consists of academic and scholarly journals. To access this resource from home, students will need the school ID and password.
- Virtual Reference Library (eBooks) *New
Gale Virtual Reference Library is a database of encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for
multidisciplinary research. The reference books available are:
- American Decades
- Encyclopedia of World Biography
- Encyclopedia of Religion
- History Behind the Headlines
- UXL Encyclopedia of Alternative Energy
- UXL Encyclopedia of Drugs and Addictive Substances
- CaseBase 2
- Novels for Students
- Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine
- New Dictionary of the History of Ideas
- Scholarships, Fellowships, and Loans
- American Law Yearbook
- Worldmark Encyclopedia of Nations
- Encyclopedia of Education
- Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film
You will need a password in order to access these eBooks. Please stop by the library to learn the password.
- Power Library
The POWER Library allows you to access thousands of full text periodical articles, newspapers, a major encyclopedia, plus photographs, pictures, charts, maps, reference materials. Power Library can be accessed in the Library. It can also be accessed at home with a public library card.
- Ask Here PA
Ask Here PA is designed to provide fast answers to questions using information found on the Internet and in databases funded by libraries. In most cases, Ask Here PA Librarians will provide an answer online in 15 minutes or less! If your question involves lengthy research, they will get you started and/or provide a referral for you or your question. To access this resource from home you will need a public library card.