Upper School Library
The library’s collection supports the school curriculum, and contains physical and digital resources. Except for a small core section, our reference and biography collection are inter-shelved within the regular non-fiction materials.
The library subscribes to several online databases which provide extensive resources for research, including EBSCO family of databases, QuestiaSchool and Shmoop.
The school has a growing number of online databases for each library. The Upper School online resources are accessible to all members of the community via the library’s web site.
The full Britannica encyclopedic database.
EasyBib school edition
The tool enables students to create accounts and save their notes and citing references.
General and subject-specific full-text magazines and journal articles as well as some reference works.
Global Issues in Context
Provides contextual perspective on international news and events.
1) Encyclopedia Americana, 2) Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia, 3) The New Book of Knowledge
With over 75,000 full-text, cross-curricular e-books Questia is an excellent resource for all research assignments including extended essays and historical investigations.
Teen Health & Wellness
Provides students with nonjudgmental, straightforward, curricular and self-help support on myriad topics.
Online test preps for SAT, PSAT, ACT, AP and homework help all in one place, 24/7.
Universalis en ligne
The full Universalis encyclopedic database. En français.
Writer’s Reference Center
A one-stop online reference that offers various writing tools, references and resources.
Online video tutorials (Office, Photoshop, iMovie, gmail, etc.).
Short videos on all topics – basic but to the point to illustrate various concepts.
|Monday to Thursday: |
|8:30am - 5pm|
8:30am - 4pm
|Mario Chioini, M.L.I.S. Upper School Librarian||Anthony Tremblay Library Assistant|
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