Welcome to the Antonian Virtual Library
The Antonian Virtual Library is the gateway to our online resources, accessible 24/7 from any electronic devices with an internet connection, for your information or research needs.
You will find more than 60 of the most popular databases that are available in both high school and college libraries. They all need passwords if you do the search outside the campus. If you have any questions, Ask Your Librarian.
Antonian Library Catalog is a one-stop shop for all our collections, printed or online. The home page contains important guides and librarian curated resources.
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Thirty-eight databases cover all subjects of our curriculum. It includes Texas Standard aligned resources that would help English learners, college preparatory as well as AP students. There are also professional development resources for teachers.
There are two search platforms. EBSCO Host is a more college-like search platform. Explora is a more user-friendly multi-databases search platform. A variety of programs and the eBook collection by this vendor will enhance our students' learning and research.
|Facts On File||Five databases that cover Social Studies, English, Science and Theology.|
Thirteen databases that cover all subjects of our curriculum, including but not limited to Spanish, education, newspapers, eReference. It has a strong focus on literature. The Student Resources in Context covers all subjects, and it is a very user-friendly search platform.
A valuable program designed to help our student's personal and academic growth. It includes tutorials for Texas Standard aligned core courses, preparation for AP, SAT, PSAT, career certificates exams, in addition to the High School Success Skills, as well as the College and Career Skills.
A great program that not only "improves student writing across the curriculum with easy-to-use feedback and grading features", but also it "checks for multiple forms of plagiarism and teaches students the value of academic integrity, proper attribution, and authentic writing."