Print Collections

The Anatolia College Eleftheriades Library's PRINT COLLECTION currently numbers some 25.000 monograph titles and over 100 periodical and newspaper subscriptions. The collection is 50% English and 50% Greek. It is divided into Reference - materials to be used in the library - and the Circulating Collection, materials which may be checked out for either one or two weeks.

There are also two special collections in the library: the "Merzifon History" rare books Collection - brought from Asia Minor when the School moved to Thessaloniki - and the "TSAMIS" literature collection (not in Catalogue).

The Eleftheriades Library also caters to and supports the Anatolia Elementary School and our Collection has started to develop accordingly.

Library Catalogue

Click here to search The Library's web-based Catalogue, shared by the Eleftheriades Library and ACT's Bissell Library.

Electronic Collections

Encyclopedia Britannica

The most authoritative information source in the world with over 73,000 articles. Click on the respective logo for the link.

 

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EbscoHost Information & Research Database


JSTOR

Α "shared digital library" which currently includes more than 2000 academic journals and thousands of monographs, mainly from the Social Sciences and Humanities.

 

 

Issues Online

Α digital resource that provides access to hundreds of high quality articles on today's social issues. This resource is also available in Print (booklets) from the Eleftheriades Library. For username/password please ask at the library.

 

The Physics Teacher

A monthly publication by the American Association of Physics Teachers.

 

The Journal of Chemical Education

A monthly publication by the American Chemical Society.

 

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