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Library & e-Resources
Townsville Grammar School Library provides a well-resourced and welcoming learning hub, promoting a love of literature and fostering the development of information skills for life-long learning.
The school motto Bonus Intra Melior Exi is closely linked to the Library’s mission of providing a collection to serve it users, both staff and students. The library houses a selection of resources in a range of formats, to suit its users’ needs. Our library is home to a selection of Young Adult (YA) and Senior Fiction books, non-fictions books, reference books, magazines, graphic novels, illustrated picture books, ebooks, audio books, databases and more.
Both Junior School Campuses have modern libraries with an extensive selection of fiction and non-fiction books for children of primary school ages.
Opening Hours - North Ward Campus Library
- Monday to Thursday | 8.00am - 4:30pm
- Friday | 8:00am - 4.00pm
Opening Hours - Junior School Libraries
- Monday to Friday | 8:00am - 4:00pm
Townsville Grammar School subscribes to EBSCOhost, an online research platform that accesses quality databases with excellent search features. We also subscribe to Brittanica Online and World Book. These research platforms are available on campus and remotely.
You can access these platforms by clicking on the above link, where you will be prompted to log in with your TGS credentials in the right hand corner of the screen. By clicking on ‘search’, you will see the different reference centers used within the EBSCOhost interface, plus Brittanica Online and World Book. World Book will require an additional log in when accessing remotely, and these details are available on the landing page.
Audio & Digital Books
You will also find on this landing page our Wheelers ebooks, where we subscribe to more than 800 titles of ebooks and audio books. All you need to do is download the free ePlatform App (you will find the link on the landing page) and log in with your TGS credentials. From here, you simply borrow books, as you would a physical book. There is also a selection of audio books, if you prefer to listen/read this way.
Please refer to the document below outlining academic integrity and what qualifies as academic misconduct.
Academic integrity requires that students correctly acknowledge and reference the sources of information used in research. Click here for the APA Referencing Guide.
American Psychological Association. (2020). APA Style 7th Edition Quick Reference Guide.[Fact sheet].