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Library & Technology

The DeLaSalle Library and Technology Center (LTC) provides a welcoming atmosphere with natural light, suitable for research, study and learning. The library serves as a meeting place, study space, and access point to traditional and electronic text, literature and resources. Our library space is fully equipped with books, computers and display facilities for student art and comfortable work spaces for individuals and class groups.

Our notion of collection continues to expand as our Destiny catalog offers seamless access to all materials, books, e-books, articles, websites and more. The LTC has become the go-to place when students need anything from homework and research help to tech help or a comfortable place to study, read, catch up on emails or gather their thoughts. The LTC is a place where students are able to develop life skills, including the ability to question, analyze, evaluate and synthesize information, which they will need in college and beyond. As students discover more about their areas of interest, our librarian helps them find information on relevant topics that support their research.

The Library and Technology Center is open Monday–Thursday from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., unless otherwise posted. Students and their family members are welcome to use the books, computers, and information resources available for assignments, research, personal growth, and recreational reading. The library is located in D201, across from the Thies Technology Lab, in the second floor hallway between Albers Atrium and the Main Gym.

Library Mission Statement

To ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information by:

  • Supporting learning and instruction through the curriculum
  • Promoting the planning, implementation, and use of technology in the school effectively and responsibly
  • Supporting the development of information literate students; to create and support partnerships with the public library and other resources in the community
  • Present intellectual and physical access to print and electronic resources with up to date technology
  • Promoting academic freedom within a Christian educational environment
  • Presenting students with a learning community not limited by time, place, age, occupation or disciplinary borders
  • Joining teachers and others to identify links between student information needs, curricular content, learning outcomes, and a variety of print and non-print resources 

Ms. Judith Roggow