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Library/Media Technology Center: Books

Books @ Nashoba Tech

The library catalog is searchable from any internet connection. Click on "Nashoba Valley Technical High School" to enter.

 

Commonwealth E-Books Collection

Massachusetts libraries have pooled their resources to create the Commonwealth E-Book Collections, which give each library access to a bigger collection of e-books than they could afford on their own. Find your town on the list below to log in to their collection using the barcode on the back of your public library card.

Books @ Local Libraries

Using your local public library expands your book choices, especially because most can order books on interlibrary loan that will be delivered straight to your home library.

Consortia:

Chelmsford, Groton, Littleton, and Westford belong to the Merrimack Valley Library Consortium. You can search the catalogs of these and all the other member libraries simulatenously here: https://mvlc.ent.sirsi.net/client/en_US/mvlc

Ayer, Shirley, and Townsend belong to the C/W Mars consortium. Their catalogs, along with those of the other member libraries, can be searched simultaneously here: http://catalog.cwmars.org/eg/opac/home

Boston Public Library

All Massachusetts residents are eligible for a BPL card. While physically getting there to pick up a book might be difficult, this card also enables access to the BPL's wealth of electronic article databases and ebooks. Sign up for the e-card to get access to these online resources.