Monday through Friday
8:15am to 4:00pm
Micah Melton, M.Ed., M.A., M.L.I.S.
415-695-5700 ext. 3211
Please remember that because of Covid-19, masks are required and no eating is currently allowed in the library.
See you soon!
Finding Good Sources & Great Books
Visit your library online by going to: asflibrary.com
Click on the links on the website or on those below to access the Library's Catalog and Subscription Databases (if you're offsite, check out the password list at bottom):
ProQuest eLibrary (search seven different databases at once!)
Britannica Online (like Wikipedia, but you can cite it!)
SIRS Issue Researcher (good tool for finding "pro vs con" information!)
- CultureGrams (information about countries and the people who live in them!)
2021-22 : Usernames & Passwords for Off-Site Access (use your @s.sfusd.edu account to access this list!)
If you need to print an assignment, the library can help.
The library has two Brother HL-6200DW printers for student use.
To print, either:
- Come by the library and print wirelessly from your iOS device or laptop; or
- Email to or share a document with firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to put your printing instructions (e.g., single-sided vs double-sided, by which period it's needed, etc.) in the body of the email.
Phone Chargers & Chromebooks
Did you forget your charger?
The library has a bank of fast-chargers for both iPhones and Androids. Come drop off your device for a few minutes or a few hours, and we'll charge it up while keeping it secure.
Do you need to use a Chromebook?
The library has approximately 35 Chromebooks that students can check out and use while in the library.
Ask Mr. Melton for more details.
Evaluating Web Research Sources
When writing a paper or research project, how do you know if information from a website is reliable? Here are some ways to find out:
Come ask your Teacher Librarian!
Search SF Public Library
Can't find what you need at the ASF-SOTA Library? Click on this link and use your Scholar Card information to access SFPL's Articles and Databases.
Find your lost items
Have You Lost Something?
Textbooks, jackets, water bottles, phones, and other items are frequently left in the library.
If you are missing any personal items or textbooks, please check with the Mr. Melton.
This page was last updated on August 29, 2021