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Library/Media Center

The Resurrection College Preparatory High School Library supports and enhances student learning, reading, research, and use of technology. It is a physical and virtual environment that provides access to reliable, current digital and print resources representing diverse perspectives. 

The Resurrection Library staff encourages lifelong learning, while working to instill a love of reading and programming for students. Library programming includes exploration of various genres, book clubs and creative activities. The Library provides a collaborative work space and contributes to the school’s focus of student-driven and participatory learning, and promotes a culture of collaboration and knowledge-building. 

Resources available:

  • Over 7,000 volumes in our print collection
  • Computers for student use on a drop-in basis
  • Copier for student use
  • Subscriptions to more than 35 print magazines and daily newspapers
  • 10 online databases with access from both home and school

Online Library Catalog

eRead Illinois/ Axis 360Check out ebooks and audiobooks from eRead Illinois using the Axis 360 app on your phone or tablet, or read on your Chromebook browser

Flipster - Digital Magazine Subscriptions

Resurrection’s digital magazine subscriptions can be accessed through the Flipster platform.

Use this link to access Flipster on your Chrome browser (or download the app to your phone/tablet) and check Resurrection Librarian Ann Marie Schneider if you have misplaced the log-in information for Resurrection students and staff.

The current magazine subscriptions include the following:
The Atlantic, Commonweal, National Geographic, People en Espanol, Popular Science, Vogue, and Wired.

Research Guidance

Resurrection library staff compiled resources to help students search for information, as well as writing and presenting their research. In the link below, click on the different selections in the header for infographics and worksheets that will aid you in the research process.

Students, contact Ms. Schneider if you would like to set up a meeting for one-on-one research assistance.

Research Resources

Book Recommendations

Explore award winning fiction titles below.

book covers for Lincoln Book Award Nominees 2020

Banned Books Week

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