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The Altamont Library

The Altamont Library is a spacious, well-equipped center for schoolwork as well as for personal interests and recreational reading.The Library houses more than 6,000 items, including books, DVDs, magazines and the school's rare book collection. Students also have access to a variety of online databases through Alabama Virtual Library, JSTOR and Salem Press.

The librarian instructs students in Library use, research skills and information literacy in conjunction with assignments given by the faculty. Teachers regularly bring students to work on assignments during class, and the library can accommodate three classes each period if the students are using different resources.

Students may use the Library before and after school, during Activities period,  lunch and when they check out of class or study hall for academic work. Library hours are 7 a.m. to 4:50 p.m. Monday through Friday. Students can access Library resources 24/7 through the Resource Board on Blackbaud.

The Altamont Library strives to provide resources and instruction to meet the Information Literacy standards set by the American Association of School Librarians.

AASL Standards

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Caitlin Rogers