Media

Libraries

The elementary and secondary libraries at AOSR are hubs for our inquisitive learners, spaces for exploration and growth, and critical extensions of our classrooms.

Our libraries are comfortable places for our students to foster a love for reading and research, and our librarians play a vital role in supporting our students as they pursue their interests and engage themselves with academic resources from around the world.

Each library is equipped with technology and texts that underpin the curriculum and allow us to serve our diverse academic community. The mission of each library is to empower our student body, encourage a love for learning, and to equip each individual with the skills needed to use information responsibly and creatively in our rapidly changing world.

Learn more about our libraries

Contacts

Elementary School Librarian

Ms. Viki Bridge
Email: vbridge@aosr.org
Phone: +39 06.33438319


About Ms. Viki Bridge

Viki Bridge is a Library Media Specialist as well as an elementary level Reading Specialist from Newport, New Hampshire, USA. She strives to provide students and teachers with the knowledge and skills needed to access information effectively and independently.

Secondary School Librarian

Ms. Marta Rahm
Email: mrahm@aosr.org
Phone: +39 06.33438314



About Ms. Marta Rahm

Ms Rahm is an Italian-American and the Secondary School Library Media Specialist. She strives to make the Library Media Center essential to the development of learning skills. She collaborates with teachers at multiple levels to foster information literacy which has become more complex as resources and technologies have changed.


Elementary School
Online Catalog

Secondary School
Online Catalog


Take advantage of our list of subscriptions services and databases

We live in a time overflowing with sources of information. With so many information sources easily accessible, knowing where to start, sorting through it all and finding exactly what we want can be challenging and overwhelming. Try using one AOSR’s membership databases below and you’ll save yourself the hassle of evaluating your source via the Internet. These resources are accessible by using a username and password. Please contact the librarians for this information.

BrainPOP - For all ages

Brain Pop offers incredible resources such as movies, quizzes, time-lines, activity pages, and much more. Topics include Science, Math, Social Studies, English, Technology, Arts, Health and Music. Access special resources for younger children and older children, ESL students and Spanish language resources. www.brainpop.com

Destiny Quest

Students can search our online library database from school or at home.
https://aosr.follettdestiny.com


EBSCO - For Middle School and High School Students

EBSCO offers a collection of several databases for MS and HS students to help them with research needs on virtually every topic.
http://search.ebscohost.com/



MyOn - For Pre-K to Middle School Students

MyOn gives online access to over 7000 online books and graphic novels. Age appropriate for PreK-middle school. http://www.myon.com

Tumblebook Library - For Teachers and Students

The TumbleBook Library is a collection of animated, talking picture books with fiction, non-fiction and foreign language titles, Read-Alongs, Ebooks, Tumble Puzzles & Games, and TumbleResources for teachers and students. http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/asp/customer_login.asp

Questia - For IB Junior Students

Questia offers access to a wide variety of periodicals. It is limited to IB Junior students. http://www.questiaschool.com

World Book Online - Elementary and Middle School Students

World Book Online offers a collection of several databases geared for the lower and middle grades. Provides access to more than 40,000 encyclopedia and reference articles, research tools, e-books, educational videos, and many more important resources for learning. http://www.worldbookonline.com

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