Welcome to the Denfeld Media Center!

Grab and Go library book checkout is now available! 


The media center will be open two days each week. Please see the calendar below for dates. 


Have You Lost A Textbook?
Instructions for ordering used textbooks   

Remember Seniors, you must have all your library books and textbooks returned or paid for before graduation! Contact Mrs. Knettel for more information on lost books.

Image result for Destiny discover appDestiny Discover App - Add this app to access Denfeld Library Resources anytime and anywhere! 

The Denfeld Media Center now offers eBooks for Check-out  on your computer,  iPad or Tablet, Nook or Kindle, iPhone or Smartphone (any device that downloads apps)

On any device that connects to the Internet:

  • Go to the App Store or Google Play, and download the app "Destiny Discover" 
  • Choose your location and school
  • Log in with your District Username and Password 

Ask in the Media Center if you have any questions about the eBook collection. We are happy to help!

EbscoHost Web is a collection of databases for many of your research topics. You may search more than one database at a time (federated sarching) by clicking here and choosing your databases. For your convenience, the most commonly used EBSCO databases are linked below.


Academic Search Premier is your go-to database to find full-text coverage of academic journals, magazines, newspapers, books, reports, and much more on thousands of topics.


Gain a balanced perspective on current issues with Points of View Reference Center. Hundreds of topics with point, counterpoint, and Critical Thinking Guide.


Minnesota Historical SocietyThe Minnesota Historical Society preserves Minnesota's past, shares our state's stories and connects people with history in meaningful ways, for today and for tomorrow. Because history matters!


The mission of the Denfeld Library Media Center is to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information; students are empowered to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers, and ethical users of information.   
Adapted from the American Association of School Librarians