What the Library Offers...
Research and Reference Materials
Bibliographic indexes, digital databases, as well as journals and magazines (some of which date back to the 19th century) are available both for lesson plan development and as a resource for your students. Explore the collection!
CAPES/Agrégation d'Anglais Resources
The Library's collection includes books, DVDs, articles, bibliographies, criticism and other information about topics pertaining to the English-speaking world that help French students throughout the country to prepare for English-language teacher certification exam. Research articles, including literary criticism, historical surveys, articles of general interest, and topical news stories are accessible via the digital content databases and our periodicals collection.
These resources are invaluable to not only the students in the program, but for teachers developing their course plans as well.
Library Visits for Students
Tours can be arranged for all age groups, ranging from Preschool (maternelle) through Middle School (collège) with our Children's and Young Adults’ Services Manager, as well as High School (lycée), and College (université) students with our Reference Librarian. These visits can be tailored to your needs, with topics ranging from a short discussion about library etiquette and book care and thematic treasure hunt for younger children to research methodology including bibliographic instruction.
The Library is a fundamental resource for homeschoolers and their families. Make use of the Children's department's extensive non-fiction, including new and classic titles in history, geography, and science. Award winners and notable titles in our fiction section, as well as weekly children's programs for many age groups, provide the groundwork for literacy and cultural studies work.
Come learn what the Library has to offer to homeschooling families at our annual Open House event. Parents/Caregivers will receive a tour of the Library and hear about Library programs and services for homeschoolers while students engage in a fun activity.