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"The library is the temple of learning, and learning has liberated more people than all the wars in history." - Carl T. Rowan


The UAA library, like all libraries in International Baccalaureate (IB) schools, plays a pivotal role in advancing the program's holistic educational goals. Functioning as the information hub, the library offers extensive support across the curriculum, providing diverse resources to assist students in research, language development, and the cultivation of awareness regarding academic integrity and ethical use of information. The library is actively involved in interdisciplinary projects, fostering a comprehensive educational experience. Emphasizing literacy promotion, librarians at UAA implement reading programs and make available multilingual resources to support language acquisition. The library takes a proactive approach to enhancing students' information literacy and research skills through workshops, access to academic databases, and seamless integration of technology. Through close collaboration with teachers, the UAA library ensures the incorporation of a wide range of resources, including printed and e-books and databases, into the curriculum, supporting endeavors such as extended essays and the Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) component. Ultimately, the UAA library strives to function as a dynamic educational center, enriching the overall learning experience and nurturing well-rounded, globally aware students. The school library operates for the UAA community from Monday through Friday. 


For additional information, please check the UAA library's Website