Click HERE to sign in to our library's catalog.
Students - Your username is your ID number and the password is your 6 digit birthday. Teachers - email your teacher librarian for assistance.
1. HOW TO SEARCH THE LIBRARY CATALOG
For instructions on how to search, click below:
2. FIND A BOOK ON THE SHELVES
When you find the listing of the book you want, write down the CALL NUMBER. These are the letters and/or numbers that you see under the image of the book in the online catalog
3. BORROW THE BOOK
Now that you have the book in your hands, you need to borrow it from the library. Get out your STUDENT ID CARD and show it at the Circulation Desk. Yes, you absolutely need that ID CARD to borrow the book. Replacement ID cards may be purchased at the library for $5.00.
You may borrow up to SIX books at a time. The limit for magazine checkouts is one at a time.4. LEARN MORE ABOUT FINDING BOOKS
Once you know how to use the Dewey Decimal System,
you can find books in all libraries that use it. Most K-12 schools and public libraries organize their books in Dewey order. Click HERE
for the Dewey Decimal rap to help you remember how the system works.
FYI - The College of the Canyons Library and most university libraries use a different shelving system called Library of Congress Classification Numbers (LCCN).
Shelving Game - learn how to shelve books in the library
by playing this interactive game at this LINK
E-Books through FollettShelf - You may read these ebooks at home! Go to the library's catalog .Your username is your id number and the password is your 6 digit birthday. Click on the catalog tab. On the left, click on "FollettShelf." You'll see 15 fiction titles that you may read online or download using the Follett Enlight free app. Our school's URL for the app is http://wbb43139.follettshelf.com If you need any assistance, see Mrs. Fulleman in the library.
E-books through EBSCO
Click HERE to search over 4,000 e-books that we subscribe to. If you are off campus or not on our Wi-fi, then the username and password are the same ones used for our databases. See your binder reminder for the password.