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Browsing Books and Borrowing--
- Search our Destiny Catalog
- Have a title or topic in mind? Need help? Email me at: email@example.com
- Fill out the form on BookHub
- We can deliver it to your classroom or you can tell us when you want to pick it up!
- READ and ENJOY!
- If you are fully remote you can STILL check out a book. Simply fill out the form on the Bookhub link or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. The book will be placed in the cubbies at the main entrance with your name on it. You or your parent can pick it up. When you are done reading you can simply return it to the same spot!
Need help finding a book you would like to read or a read-alike to a book you have already read? Try Novelist Plus
Passwords for Databases
Email me for a list: email@example.com
Do you need help with creating citations? We have NoodleTools and it is available as an app on our Google Waffle Menu.
For additional help click here. You can ALWAYS contact me for additional help at: firstname.lastname@example.org
YOUR research studies
Did you know that our library has access to magazine and journal articles from ALL over the state? We can look up articles from libraries in our state and college/university libraries. At this time we are only able to have them sent to us electronically but it can help when you hit a roadblock and the article is asking for paid access only. Feel free to contact me for more information. At this time this service may be a little slower due to staffing issues at the libraries but most are up and running. JUST ASK!
Use of the Library
Do you have a study hall? Need a quiet place to do some research or need help with that research? Ask your study hall teacher if you can come up to the library. They will call up and make sure there is a spot for you! Just ASK!