Library and Resource Center
The Library Catalog is available for your resource needs. Direct access to the databases and our e-book collection is included within our catalog. If you are on campus access requires no password, although you will need to login to Destiny/Google to see the full list of databases available. If you are accessing from home passwords are available in this document. The full Fiction collection can also be searched by title, author or genre.
- Overdrive e-book and audiobook collection
- Library hours and twitter feed
- Exploring books and the library
- External Links for Gov projects and research
- External Links for History projects and research
Login Information: When prompted click the button to login through Destiny/Google. You will need to be signed on to your Mercy google account. If you have any problems please contact Mrs Murphy - firstname.lastname@example.org, or 650-762-1162.
Monday - Friday
7:45 a.m. - 4:00 p.m
Please note, that if a change in library hours is made
it will be announced to the students via Schoology.
Questions, please contact Mrs. Sarah Murphy, Library Coordinator
at 650-762-1162 or via email at email@example.com.
Click HERE to see the Library Blog
Hailey has just turned 22, and to celebrate she has put together a long list of her favorites. If you are looking for ideas for your next fun read Mrs Murphy would also recommend any one of these. We have most in the library, but if we don't, just let Mrs Murphy know and we will get it in for you. Remember to check out Overdrive too - the list of books on there is long and getting longer each month!
Meet the protagonist of Ready Player One. Really cool Science Fiction.
The library subscribes to Congressional Digest online, and below there are links to important local and federal legislative web sites. Password for Congressional Digest online is here.
Feel free to reach out to Mrs Murphy if you would like help with navigating these sites.
This is a collection of a few miscellaneous interesting sites and videos that might supplement your history project.
Tuskagee University's hidden audio collection of voices from the Civil Rights era. Fascinating and substantial collection of audio.