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St. Michael Catholic School Helps Promote the Greater Sudbury Public Library's Introduction to Research Program

Mary Hicks, Childrens' Librarian at the City of Greater Sudbury's Public Library, (main branch) instructs Grade 5 & 6 students at St. Michael Catholic School on how to use the library's website to research, identify and reserve resource materials on-line

November 11, 2005 - Grade 5 and 6 students from St. Michael Catholic School took part in the City of Greater Sudbury Public Library's Introduction to Research Program recently. Students learned how to research topics by author, subject and/or title, on-line through the website at the library's main branch.

Books and other resource materials can also be identified and reserved by students on-line from home at the main library located on Mackenzie Street or at any of its satellite branches through the use of the student's name, pin number and library card number. The City of Greater Sudbury provided free round trip bus transportation to the students for the launch.



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