access our collection remotely (from home or your favorite wireless café)
from within the Schreiber network
The mission of the Schreiber Library Media program is to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information. Our goal is to foster information literacy – the ability to locate, evaluate, organize and use information. Our instructional program provides students an opportunity to master a variety of skills through research-oriented lessons that are integrated into the curriculum. Our strong print and electronic collection provide our patrons with a diverse range of resources in a variety of formats, including scholarly articles. We also strive to stimulate an interest in reading for pleasure and promote lifelong learning.
The Schreiber Library has an extensive circulating and reference collection that consists of approximately 18,000 print volumes. We subscribe to a variety of periodicals, including The New York Times, Newsday and The Port Washington News. Current periodicals and daily newspapers are available at the circulation desk. We have a special collection of jazz CDs donated by Marion McPartland. We also have a collection of books on tape/CD and videos/DVDs.
|Ms. Seligman||Library Media Specialist||x5849|
|Mrs. Elias||Library Assistant||x5850|
|Mrs. Morrissey||Library Assistant||x5850|
|Mrs. O'Connor||Teaching Assistant||x5850|
The Schreiber Library Media Center is open from 7:30 a.m.-3:05 p.m. We ask that you keep a quiet atmosphere and do not bring food or drink into the library. Cellphones should be silenced and out of sight. You can borrow library materials with your student ID card for a period of two weeks. If you need to renew the materials, please come to the Circulation desk. We appreciate your cooperation!
Last Modified on October 24, 2012