Learning Commons / Library

New Procedures to Borrow Books On-Line 

March 2021

New procedure to borrow books on-line:

1.  Go to Chinook Park's web-site and click on “Teaching & Learning”, “Learning Commons/ Library”. Click on CBE eLibrary icon. (to the right)

2.  Use eLibrary, the online catalogue, to search for a book and collect information about the requested book.

3.  Fill out the CP's Book Request form (to the right) and submit.

4.  Mme Angeline will deliver your book(s) to your classroom.

Thank you for your cooperation and continued support of our library! 

Angeline Higgins

aahiggins@cbe.ab.ca


Borrowing Rules

Once books are returned to the school, they can be dropped off in the bin outside the Learning Commons.  Books will be quarantined for 3 days between lending periods.


More information on the Volunteer page.

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