The GIS Library serves as a point of voluntary access to information and ideas and as a learning laboratory for students as they acquire the critical thinking and problem-solving skills needed in a rapidly changing, pluralistic society. It provides a well-balanced, internationally sensitive collection of print, non-print and web-based information databases.
GIS Libraries Catalog: Search for books in all GIS and ESD libraries, check book availability, renew library books, place books on hold, and search for credible web sources using WebPath Express
|Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri||7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.|
|Wed||7:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.|
The GIS Library subscribes to the following information databases for student use.
There you will find the link to the Tumblebooks Library.
|K-3||Animated Pictures Books and Activities
Tumble Puzzles & Games
TumbleResources (for parents and teachers)
Includes three magazine databases
|7-12||Student Resources in Context Database
Information in history, literature, science, and social studies
Wide selection of reference material
More than 680 full-text periodicals and newspapers, primary sources, creative works and multimedia
|7-12||Opposing Viewpoints in Context Database
Articles on today’s most common social issues
Data including topic overviews; viewpoint, magazines, academic journals, and newspaper articles; primary source documents; statistics; images; podcasts; and links
Visual graphic interface
Subject-based tree search
Full-text magazine and reference content
|EBSCO Novelist*||7-12||Reader advisory service
Database of 150,000+ fiction titles
4,000 Custom articles and lists
Book discussion guides
|World Book Online*||K-4
|Suite of General Encyclopedias
World Book Kids
World Book Student
World Book Advanced
|New York Times*|
* Indicates that the service requires users to log in with a username and password. Please contact the library via email@example.com to get your log in information.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org