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Gr 5 Borrowing Books

Terms to know for borrowing books from the library

Name three types of searches in basic search in the online catalog Example: "Series" is one type of search. Keyword, title, author, or subject
"1 of 2 available" indicates what about a book in the online catalog? One book is on the shelf.
The "Read in Browser" option allows you to borrow what type of book? An eBook found by linking to and logging into OverDrive
How is the Dewey Decimal System used in the library? The Dewey Decimal System is used to organize non-fiction books by subject.
How are fiction books arranged (both picture books and chapters books)? Fiction books are arranged by author.
How are non-fiction books arranged? Non-fiction books are arranged by subject.
What is an eBook? An eBook is an electronic book available online.
What are 3 things you need in order to borrow an eBook from Overdrive on the school library website. Have a device such as an iPad, a browser such as Safari, and your school library card number in order to borrow eBooks
The Dewey Decimal system is used to organize books in the school and public libraries. True or False? True
How can you search for eBooks in your school library? Use OverDrive to search for eBooks.
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