Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. | Main Phone: (907) 742-4461
Location: 5530 E. Northern Lights Blvd. Anchorage, Alaska 99504
- Provide access to materials in all formats for students, faculty and staff
- Provide library classes to elementary students
- Provide library instruction at regular middle and high schools
- Foster competence and stimulate interest in reading, viewing, and using information and ideas
- Help staff design learning strategies and provide leadership, instruction, and consulting assistance in the use of instructional and informational technologies
- Library work program for qualifying high school students in grades 10 – 12
- Battle of the Books Program for K-12 students
The ASD Library Program provides services and opportunities for all K-12 students, faculty and staff to become effective and responsible users of ideas and information.
The library program strives to create students who are information literate by developing students who have competence as active locators and users of information to solve problems and to satisfy their own curiosity. The ASD Library program is structured to ensure that each student meets or exceeds rigorous performance and achievement standards.
The ASD Library Program provides access to printed, non-printed, and electronic resources for students, faculty, and parents. Students utilize library resources to complete assignments, explore ideas, and to select from a wide variety of recreational reading on many topics.
The ASD Library program reaffirms its belief in the Library Bill of Rights and Access to Resources and Services in the School Library of the American Library Association.