WHEN USING YOUR OWN OR A SCHOOL COMPUTER, YOU MUST ALWAYS CREDIT YOUR SOURCES OF INFORMATION.
Information (including pictures) obtained from any source including the INTERNET, databases, CD ROM, books or periodicals must be credited in any work that you do. Copies of Copyright Guidelines are posted in the library for students and in the faculty room for staff.
For specific guidelines the library has a copy of Copyright For Schools, a practical guide by Carol Simpson.
Useful websites to build citations:
Access: The following Facts on File databases and Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center may be accessed on Moodle through Library Resources for Students and Teachers.
Access: The following ABC-CLIO databases may be accessed on Moodle through Library Resources for Students and Teachers.
Donate Your Used Books at Coyle and Cassidy
Looking to get rid of your used books? Coyle and Cassidy High School is fundraising through the donation of used books, CDs, DVDs, videos, and audio books. The school has placed a drop-off donation and reuse container for residents, businesses, schools, libraries, and other groups who wish to contribute books they no longer have a use for and would like to see repurposed, while also raising money for the school library.
The ‘Got Books?’ donation container, distinguished by its lively purple and yellow signs, is conveniently located in the parking lot of the school on 2 Hamilton Street in Taunton (near Hopewell Park). Donations can be made by the public at any time. Profits raised through book donations will benefit funding for Coyle and Cassidy’s Frank L. Tosti Library
Choose to reuse! Donating books is a great way to keep them out of the trash and give them a new life with someone who will value them as you did. In addition to helping divert waste from landfills, these donated goods will be repurposed in great ways; they could be donated to schools, libraries, and other groups in need, sent overseas to the troops, given to teachers for their classrooms, or sold in book sales and online.
About Got Books?
Got Books is a North Reading, MA-based organization dedicated to keeping books out of the trash. Got Books raises money for local charities and nonprofit groups through book donations. They have 245+ book donation containers placed throughout New England. For more information about Got Books call 978-396-6026 or visit www.GotBooks.com.
Thank you to those who have made contributions of books and periodicals to the Frank L. Tosti Library:
- Mr. Frank Tosti
- The CC Parent Connection
- Kate Deshaises
- Cheryl Nastri
- Virginia O'Brien
- David Casavant
- Jane (Chisholm) LeBrun
- Collette Ulak