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Learning Express Library

  • Click here to register and access content in Learning Express Library, including the ACT practice tests, ebooks, and tutorials. 

    This site includes access to the following:
    Career Preparation-Make your work goals a reality-start a new career or advance in your current field.
    High School Equivalency-Guided support and preparation to help you earn a high school equivalency credential. 
    College Admissions Test Preparation-Prepare for important exams like the ACT, SAT, AP Tests, and more. 
    School Center-Skill-building resources for classroom and homework success.
    College Students-Achieve your undergrad goals and prepare for future success. 
    Adult Core Skills-Achieve your personal education and career goals. 
    Computer Skills Center-Video courses to learn popular software and computer basics. 
    Recursos Para Hispanohablantes-Herramientas de aprendizaje, carrera y ciudadania en espanol. 
    Resume and Cover Letter Builders-Find out how to build a strong resume and write a cover letter. 

Career Resources

  • Occupational Information Network   The O*NET Program is the nation's primary source of occupational information. Valid data are essential to understanding the rapidly changing nature of work and how it impacts the workforce and the U.S. economy. From this information, applications are developed to facilitate the development and maintenance of a skilled workforce.

    Missouri Connections   Missouri Connections is a comprehensive, online, career development and planning program that is provided free of charge to all Missouri citizens. Funded by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, this program supports the career development efforts of schools, community organizations, and adult job seeker programs. Missouri Connections helps individuals learn about their talents, skills, and interests and makes the connection between planning for continued education and the work world.  Use the Guest Login to view the resources without creating a portfolio. 

    MyPlan.com  MyPlan.com helps students and professionals plan more fulfilling lives by making well-informed decisions about their education and careers. Whether you’re deciding on what college to go to, choosing a major, planning ahead for your first career, or thinking about making a career change, MyPlan.com can help you explore options and bring clarity and insight into figuring out what’s right for you. 100% independent and unbiased, MyPlan.com gives you the truth about colleges, careers, and majors. Our research and data is the most comprehensive you’ll find anywhere on the subject. And, with dozens of easy-to-use tools, we’ve made getting to that information convenient, simple, and fun.

    U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics   The Bureau of Labor Statistics measures labor market activity, working conditions, price changes, and productivity in the U.S. economy to support public and private decision-making.  The Occupational Outlook Handbook

    Career One Stop 
    Your source for employment information and inspiration
    The place to manage your career
    Your pathway to career success
    Tools to help job seekers, students, businesses, and career professionals
    Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor

    USA JOBS     USAJOBS connects job seekers with federal employment opportunities across the United States and around the world. As the Federal Government’s official employment site, USAJOBS provides resources to help the right people find the right jobs.

    Mapping Your Future   Mapping Your Future is a nonprofit organization committed to helping students, families, and schools navigate the higher education and student loan processes through trusted career, college, and financial aid counseling and resources. Mapping Your Future's student-minded information portal and person-to-person financial loan counseling provides unbiased financial aid education to help students understand the student loan process, educational institutions enhance default prevention plans, and members find beneficial opportunities to guide students to financial success while supporting the mission of the organization.

     

Library Q & A

  • May I use the printer or make copies?

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    You may print to the HS-C117-Library-Copier.  Color printing must be done in the principals' office with permission from staff.  Please be responsible and print only what is needed.  You can highlight what you want to print and choose print, selection.  Or transfer information to a WORD or Google document and print. You can also save resources on your Google Drive and review them later.  Remember to use Google Chrome browser with Google Docs, Sheets and other Google products. Remember to use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl C and Ctrl V for copy and paste. 

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  • May I come to the library during seminar?

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    You must obtain a travel pass from the teacher whom you have work for PRIOR to your seminar class.  Your seminar teacher will then approve your pass and you may come to the library to work on projects and homework. Signing in at the sign in desk is always required when entering the library. 

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  • May I come to the library during lunch?

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    You must go to lunch during lunch periods.

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  • How long my I check out a book?

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    We have a two week checkout period. If you need more time to read your book, we can renew your book for you. 

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  • How many books can I check out?

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    3 books at a time.

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About Us

  •  Mission Statement

    The mission statement of the library media program is to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information. 

    We collect and preserve knowledge and provide access to a variety of books and multimedia to support teaching and learning.  We also foster a reading and information culture that promotes independent, motivated readers and learners for life. 

    Contact Library Media Specialist Dr. Lorin Blackburn Thierfelder at 660-851-5342 BlackburnThierfelderL@sedalia200.org or Library Instructional Assistant Ms. Dana Bohon at 660-851-5316 or BohonD@sedalia200.org