McCall Middle School Library

The Book Fair is over for this year, thanks for making it a success.  READ FOR FUN THIS SUMMER!  

McCall Library is open for student use until 3:20 PM each school day.  If additional or special hours are needed, please make the request in the Library.  Ms. Laura Green is the Librarian, please contact her with any Library related questions.

Use the following resources to help you with all of your information needs.

Online Catalog Follett Destiny

Check for books, magazines, movies, audio books, websites, etc.  Renew books, put books on hold – even from your home computer.

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World Book   

The World Book Web is a suite of online research tols that includes encyclopedia articles, primary source collections, educator tools, student activities, pictures, audio, and video, complemented by current periodicals and related web sites.  Stop in the library for home access information.[Gale Cengage]

InfoTrac – Also known as Gale Databases or Student Resources in Context   

Use to find full text of magazines, newspapers, reference books, primary source documents, images, audio, video, selected websites, etc.  Excellent resource for a variety of items.  Stop in the library for log-in information.

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FactCite Lincoln Library Online 

Includes: Biography for Beginners; Sports Champions; Shapers of Society; US and World Biography; Mythology; American History (including US States, Native Americans, Civil War, and more); Science (including elements, planets, animals, and more); Essential Information (including Countries and Cultures, Literature, Founding Documents, and more).  Stop in the library for username and password.


POWER Library Pennsylvania Online World of Electronic Resources  

                                        Alphabetical list of POWER sources                        Subject list of POWER sources

A variety of online resouces for leisure or research includes: Access PA, AP Images, BookFLIX, Contemporary Authors, CyberSmarts, Ebsco eBooks, Gale databases,  TrueFLIX, etc.  Use your public library link to access from home.