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Placing books on holds ensures that you never miss out on your favourite books even if it is currently checked out. Please note, for this system to work everyone needs to return their books on time so please return any library books you have as soon as possible. Log...read more
Yes. Leave books in the Library Returns Box near the NIST security turnstiles. These books will go directly into quarantine before becoming available for checkout. During "Drive Through Library" pickup times, please remain in your car and pass book returns to library...read more
MLC Elementary Library : No, the doors are closed and locked at closing time. Secondary Library : Yes, the library space is open until 6pm. Please follow regular library behaviour agreements and if you want to borrow a book you can use the self-checkout...read more
Absolutely YES. We love to get suggestions from everyone. You can contact with our teacher librarians directly or you can [CLICK HERE] to recommend a...read more
I would like to borrow books for my class or my teacher, can I check them out in my classroom or teacher’s account?
No. Normally, your teacher will bring students to borrow book for the class. Occasionally your teacher has emailed the librarians and made arrangements to check out books for the class. In this situation, students can take books for their...read more
No. If you really need the book for your study, please meet with a librarian to discuss options. If we check your borrowing history and you rarely have overdue books, then we can at times be more...read more
No. If you have overdue books on your account, you need to return these before borrowing more books.read more
Elementary students can visit the Secondary Library with an accompanying adult [parents or teacher]. During class time, an elementary student must have a permission note from the teacher. During break time, if available, an MLC staff member can accompany an...read more
Of course, parents can borrow from both libraries up to a total of 10 books.read more
Comics and cartoons are a powerful way to teach kids about COVID-19 May 8, 2020 1.13am AEST "The global COVID-19 pandemic has turned children’s lives upside down". "In response to the current pandemic, leading health scientists and child psychologists have joined...read more
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