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10th grade Term Paper: Books

Tips for Finding Term Paper Books

  • Search the library's catalog to find where a book is located. 
    • Downstairs: Fiction books, magazines, audiobooks, and short stories
    • Upstairs: Non-fiction books and reference books
       
  • Use the library Call # to locate the book on the shelf. You may also browse the shelves to find books. 
    • Religion = 200s
    • Social studies = 300s
    • Art = 700s
    • History = 900s
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  • The library catalog can be accessed through computers located upstairs and downstairs.
     
  • Need help? Ask a librarian!

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John Burroughs Discovery Service
 

Mobius Union Catalog - Library catalog for the University of Missouri system, Saint Louis University and Washington University. Find the title you want, then look at the record to see which libraries own a copy.

Municipal Library Consortium of St. Louis County - Use this site to access the online catalogs of the Brentwood, Ferguson, Kirkwood, Maplewood, Richmond Heights, Rock Hill, University City and Valley Park libraries

St. Louis County Library - Choose the catalog button on the homepage. If you have a library card you may search the catalog and place holds on library materials as well as access EBSCOhost and some other databases from home

St. Louis Public Library - Choose the catalog button on the homepage. If you have a library card you may search the catalog and place holds on library materials as well as access EBSCOhost and some other databases from home

St. Charles Public Library - Use this site to search the holdings of the St. Charles City and County public library system

Request an A/V equipment set-up 

(Use this form to request typical A/V equipment set-ups in the dining room and other locations that include such things as an extra laptop for a speaker, a projector, a screen, loud speakers etc. Parents' council, PE faculty, as well as all others in the JBS community may use this request form.)

In order to insure that all of your needs are met, please make your request at least 24 hours in advance. Please do not contact Kate Grantham directly as all of the JBS librarians will be supporting the A/V equipment needs of the school when possible. If we are unable to accommodate your request, (e.g. too technical or requiring equipment that we don't own) we will help you find someone at JBS or elsewhere who can. 

Contact the library if you have any questions or need additional information at x301, x241, 314-993-4040, library@jburroughs.org

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Library Sublocation

  • Stacks: Non-Fiction upstairs
  • STAMPER: Non-Fiction upstairs
  • Reference: In the bookcases around the perimeter of the upstairs
  • Reserve: Primary Source cart downstairs
  • Quartos: Oversize books located upstairs