Welcome to the Hudson High School Learning Commons!

The mission of the Hudson High School Library/Learning Commons is to provide a comprehensive school library program where students and staff effectively create, use, and share ideas and information. This mission is accomplished by:

  • Providing continuous intellectual and physical access to relevant, up-to-date materials  in all formats;
  • Providing every patron with the resources to work independently and/or collaboratively to develop and pursue their individual passions for personal growth;
  • Providing an environment that enables safe and ethical access to communication information technology;
  • Engaging the entire school community, collaboratively, in learning strategies and creative activities that prepare students for 21st century success.
HHS Learning Commons Online Catalog

    Looking for a specific title? Check the Online HHS Online Catalog
    Information on how to log into the catalog (access your patron record), OverDrive, and Follett Shelf here
    Information on accessing InfoBase eBooks here 

    n.b. HHS login credentials are required to access the Google Docs linked above.
    HHS Resources
    • HHS Databases
      Full listing of all electronic resources (password sheet available in the Learning Commons at the Circulation Desk or here using your HHS login credentials).

    • HHS LibGuides
      Guides created for class projects and general information literacy topics (e.g. evaluating sources, citation, etc.)

    • NoodleTools
      Citation Management tool

    • Hawks Read 
      Tumblr Blog for Community reading recommendations and Learning Commons News.
    Public Resources
    • Hudson Public Library
      Your local public library.

    • Boston Public Library
      The resources at the Boston Public Library (BPL) are accessible to all residents of Massachusetts.  While many of us will not travel to the BPL physically it is important to note that they have a large selection of online materials including eBooks, electronic audio books, and electronic databases (scholarly and extracurricular) all available through the web.

    • BPL eCard
      A BPL eCard is required in order to access the BPL's electronic resources.  Signing up is easy and takes just a few minutes.  
    About

    Hours:

    Monday – Thursday

    7:15 am – 3:00 pm

    Friday
    7:15 am – 2:15 pm

    Phone:


    978-567-6250 x12206



    Staff:

    Kathleen Harrity
    Librarian

    Christine Alexander
    Library/Learning Commons Assistant