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IBDP: Home

Resources for the IBDP

Introduction

This guide has been created by the Eleftheriades Library to assist students attending the IBDP. Curated material by subject can be found here. Print and electronic resources presented in this guide cover the curriculum of the Programme. For a more personalised assistance please contact the IB Librarian.

New Services 2020-2021

Click & Collect Service

IBDP students will only be able to check out books by request. 

  • Request items from the Anatolia Libraries using the online form.

  • Requested items will be picked up from the shelves by library staff and delivered at the relevant Registrar's Office.

  • Collect your books the following day during the short break.

Online Research Desk

Library services for the IBDP students

The Library provides students of the IBDP some special services for their needs:

  • IB area: a special space in the Library with reserved books & textbooks

  • Research support: personalised assistance by the IB Librarian on research and citations. Contact the Librarian to make an appointment or send your query via email.

  • Subject guides: online guides by subject or topic for reference purposes.

  • Information Literacy sessions: workshops on research library & online resources, web evaluation, academic honesty, referencing.

  • Interlibrary loan: through the shared collections of the Anatolia College Libraries students can borrow materials from the Bissell Library and the Elementary Library.

  • Silent study space: IBDP students can use the Bissell Library to study or they can ask the Eleftheriades Library staff to provide a silent space when available. 

IB Librarian

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Nikos Finos

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