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Masterman Library Guidebook

Destiny Catalog

Destiny Catalog is the complete library management system that can be accessed 24/7, helping to strengthen the bond between the library, the classroom, and home. We now have Single Sign On. Go to your Student Message Center and select the flowering Follett tree. When you log in, click the blue bar.

The Free Library

The Free Library of Philadelphia is the public library system that serves Philadelphia. It is the 13th-largest public library system in the United States.

JSTOR

JSTOR is a digital library founded in 1994. Originally containing digitized back issues of academic journals, it now encompasses books and other primary sources as well as current issues of journals in the humanities and social sciences. It provides full-text searches of almost 2,000 journals. Log in by going to the JSTOR link, locating your institution (Julia R. Masterman School), and typing your username and password (found on your Google Classroom for your grade).

MackinVIA

MackinVIA is a complete eResource management system providing easy access to eBooks and educational databases.

When you use Single Sign On with Destiny from the Student Message Center, you can also access Mackinvia for thousands of ebooks and audiobooks.

PA Young Readers' Choice

The purpose of the Pennsylvania Young Reader’s Choice Awards Program is to promote reading of quality books by young people in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to encourage teacher / librarian collaboration in young adult and children’s literature, and to honor authors whose works have been recognized by the students of Pennsylvania.

Power Library Databases

POWER Library is the online portal to all that Pennsylvania libraries offer. This is the place to find trustworthy answers to questions about healthcare, consumer purchases, personal finances, and much more.

Cricket Magazine

Cricket is an illustrated literary magazine for children published in the United States, founded in September 1973 by Marianne Carus whose intent was to create “The New Yorker for children.” This magazine is also available on POWER Library, accessible through the Student Message Center.