Looking for a book?
Working on a research project?
Try out the NEW SPOT to search the library catalog!
(There are no exams or classes on Friday so the library will be closed to students)
Want to save time when researching online?
Worried about finding credible sources?
Try out WebPath Express for simplified searching of 80,000+ educator-reviewed web sites. Sites are organized by grade-level and can be narrowed down according to domain type. New sites are continually added and monitored, offering access to the most current and appropriate information.
Check out some of our techie type books — great for beginners experiencing techie trauma, or those who want to geek out and learn more about coding.
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The At Issue Series provides a wide range of opinions on individual social issues with each volume offering a variety of perspectives – eyewitness accounts, governmental views, scientific analysis, newspaper and magazine accounts, and many more – to illuminate the issue. Extensive bibliographies and annotated lists of relevant organizations point to sources for further research.
The ailments and conditions that afflict people today can be confusing, disturbing, and painful – both emotionally and physically. The Diseases & Disorders Series provides clear, careful explanations that offer readers and researchers insight into what these conditions are, what causes them, how people live with them, and the latest information about treatment and prevention. All volumes in the series include primary and secondary quotations, annotated bibliographies, detailed indexes, and lists of organizations to contact for additional information.
Are you working on a research project and looking for information on one of Canada’s Prime Ministers? Perhaps it’s the Socials 10 Fathers of Confederation assignment?
Have no fear — check out the MEI Secondary Library Pinterest Board: Social Studies — we have Quick Fact Sheets with biographical information from Sir John A. Macdonald to Stephen Joseph Harper.
A new year = a new look + new web resources
Final exams are looming around the corner — the schedule has been posted on our door and Facebook page — and students are beginning to arrive with stacks of textbooks.
Now, for a little stress reliever . . . Mr. Bean visits a library: