Welcome to the Alfred Wilsey Library!
Working from home? Don't forget you can still log on to our databases! You can access the passwords to all our paid subscriptions HERE.
Monday through Friday: 8am-4pm.
Books: Our print collection includes approximately 12,000 volumes. Click here to see our catalog. Do you want a personal book stylist to help you choose some great books to read and send them directly to your home? Click here to fill out a BookFix request.
Digital Lessons & Screencasts: Visit the Wilsey Library Youtube Channel. Videos cover research and informational literacy, guide access to ideas and resources, and encourage critical thinking. Have an idea for a video/screencast? Let us know!
Newspapers: The New York Times is available by signing on with your SI credentials. See the email from September 11th for details, or ask us via LiveChat for help. The Wall Street Journal is freely available on campus to all SI students, faculty, and staff. Other newspapers are available via San Francisco Public Library. Ask us for help via email or LiveChat to access them.
Ebooks and Audiobooks: We subscribe to a digital collection shared with other Bay Area Independent School libraries. To begin reading or listening right away, click here and sign in with your SI username and password. You can also check out a huge variety of eBooks through San Francisco Public Library.
Databases: We subscribe to wide variety of general and subject specific databases to help support the students, staff, and faculty.The databases are available to students 24/7 through the Research Database page.
We empower learners. To this end, we teach research and informational literacy, guide access to ideas and resources, and encourage critical thinking. The library faculty and physical environment nurture reading for pleasure and purpose, as well as collaborative and individual study and practice. We respond to sociocultural needs, innovate in response to and ahead of our changing culture, and provide excellent service to the entire St. Ignatius community.
Want someone to show you how to check out an ebook or audiobook? Watch this!
Got A Question?
- Call: (415) 731-7500 x6756 or
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Click here for the Library Handbook
- Christina Wenger, Director of the Library
- Cara Brancoli, Librarian
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