South burlington high school library

Although the Library space will not be available to students during this semester, we are still here to assist you in accessing materials both for academic and personal interests.

To borrow physical materials (paper books, playaways, or MP3 disks) log in to our SBHS Library Catalog and follow these instructions to place a hold.

Please login using the same credentials that you use for the school's network. Once you've logged in, you can place holds for books.

As soon as your books are ready for you, you will receive an email and they will be waiting for you outside of the Library on a cart.

The SBHS Library is here for you even when you are learning remotely.

Our databases are always available from the Library's NEO page.

Audiobooks

Listen Up Vermont : Use the Libby app to download! Books that are available on audio through this database; titles may be downloaded to phones or other mobile players.

This site also allows you to place a hold if the item is currently out.

Students: Password: sbhs###### (6 digit student ID)

Staff: Use the your SBHS library card number beginning with 2VSP (do not include the last letter) check with library staff if you need your number.

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Open Culture free audiobooks- access to free audiobooks in the public domain. Thease books tend to be older "classics."

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Listen online for free from Audible

E-books

Our eBooks can be accessed through the same GMLC/Listen Up VT as the audiobooks. Students just need to enter SBHS and then their 6-digit student ID number.

Junior Library Guild eBooks- additional audiobooks made available during this crisis. Username: JLGHI Password: JLGFREE

Project Gutenberg- free downloadable eBooks. Many classic titles. Why not start with their top 100 list?

The NY Public Library has e books available (those that are freely available without an NYC library card are limited).

Open Library has many classic titles and some newer ones available too.

The National Emergency Library is an enormous collection hosted by the Internet Archive. They might not have every title, but with over 1 million to choose from, you will be able to find somrthing to spark your mind!

  • We also have a number of reference titles as eBooks in our databases.

  • Your local library should also have electronic books. Check their web site for them.

  • South Hero and other public libraries are conducting curbside pickup if you call ahead, but this may be ending so check with your local branch.

Magazines & journals

Did you know that the Gale OneFile Database has access to over 8,000 magazines?

Is there a book you want to see in @SBHS_Library?

Staff log in: Contact the Library staff to set up account.