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Media Center

The Oak Point/Eagle Heights media center serves both Oak Point Elementary and Eagle Heights Spanish Immersion. The room houses a collection of over 34,000 books, magazines, reference materials, as well as a computer lab. We also offer a variety of electronic resources, including subscription databases.

Library Hours: 9:15 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.

For additional information contact:

Additional Links and Resources

Destiny Catalog

Universal Search

Books Lists and Resources

E-Resources

BookFLIX

  • Gain access to fiction and nonfiction eBooks for young readers using your Hennepin County Library Card. Includes streaming video, games and educator resources.

Britannica Learning Zone

  • Interactive learning modules for pre-kindergarten through grade 2 includes drawing, reading, games, and geographical exploration

Britannica School Elementary

  • Encyclopedia content for elementary grades plus multimedia, timelines, world atlas, country comparison, animal kingdom, and geography explorer.

Britannica School Middle

  • Encyclopedia content for middle school grades plus multimedia, timelines, world atlas, country comparison, and primary sources.

CultureGrams

  • Gain access to concise, reliable, and up-to-date country reports on 200 cultures of the world using your Hennepin County library card

Discovery Education

  • Engaging digital and interactive content and curriculum, including videos, games, assessments, and more.

Kids InfoBits

  • Popular elementary school magazines as well as encyclopedias and newspapers written for kids, plus an image collection of photos, maps, and flags.

MackinVIA

  • Digital resource platform with ebooks, audiobooks, databases and more. Click here for a tutorial.

Points of View Reference Center

  • Pro vs. con essays that present multiple sides of current or controversial issues. Plus magazine and newspaper articles, primary sources, and more related to those issues.

Science Reference Center

  • Science encyclopedias, reference books, periodicals, and other sources covering numerous science topics for middle and high school students. Included in Student Research Center and Kids Search databases.

Tumblebooks

  • Animated storybooks and chapter books with highlighted text. Also includes nonfiction books and videos, puzzles and games. Some titles in Spanish and French.  All students can access this resource while in school, and at home through the MackinVia platform under the "Database" tab.

Volunteer

The Oak Point/Eagle Heights library circulates between 500 to 700 books every day! We need your help returning student books to the shelves (scanning and organizing), along with other projects such as repair and covering. Work with our fantastic library staff by helping your children use our fantastic library!

Ideally, we would like to have one volunteer at a time during the bulk of our open hours: 9:15-11:15 am and 1:00-3:00 pm daily.

For information, contact Stacie Young (952-975-7682).