ISA’s Libraries provide future-ready reading and research instructional programs for our Early Childhood (Nursery – Grade 1), Lower School (Grade 2 – Grade 5), and Upper School (Grade 6 – Grade 12) divisions. Each of the three libraries has a professional team of a full-time Librarian and full-time Library Assistant. The libraries are here to make sure students can find their next great read, see themselves reflected in our collections, and become avid explorers and creators in the world of ideas and information. Our instructional programs are fully integrated into ISA’s PYP, MYP, and DP curricular frameworks, and are richly resourced in both print and digital collections accessible to members of our learning community wherever they are reading and learning. The three library facilities are student-centered, state of the art instructional hubs and celebrate all members of the ISA community through diverse texts, languages, and viewpoints.
For further information about the ISA Libraries, please visit our website where you will find:
- Contact information for each library program team;
- Campus library hours and circulation guidelines;
- Online access to our Destiny library catalogue and subscription digital library resources including Sora ebooks and audiobooks, periodical databases, and tutorials for our research management platform, NoodleTools;
- Curated project pages for independent and guided inquiry, reading support guides, and book lists for independent a variety of personal and curricular reading projects.
We look forward to welcoming and working with every member of the ISA learning community. Please contact a member of your library program or Kim Tyo-Dickerson Head of Libraries with any questions you have or ideas you would like to share!