Destiny / Follett Shelf
Destiny is our online catalogue for searching our paper books while Follett Shelf in our online catalogue for searching our collection of ebooks. You can use them to search for resources in our physical or virtual libraries. You can use key words, author names, titles, subjects, or look for series. Type in your search terms and hit enter or choose some of the options provided to limit your search. The results will tell you if the item is available to read and, with Destiny, if the item is in the KSS or JP location. If the username and password do not work, please see us in the library.
Destiny Quest Mobile App
The Destiny Quest Mobile app is available for Android, iOS and Kindle devices. For now, you can use it to search the library's collection on your smart device, find out about new items, know if a book is available, and see the top ten items in the library collection. To connect to the library choose basic and enter "http://destiny.sd73.bc.ca" where it says "enter library url" then scroll through the options and choose South Kamloops Secondary. For now, choose "Browse as Guest." Now you can search our collection from your mobile device.
Follet Ebook App
The Follett Brytewave app is available for Android and iOS devices. You will be able to search our collection of ebooks before reading them online or downloading them. To connect to the e-library you will first need to download the app from either the Google Play Store or the Apple Apps Store to your device. When prompted for a username and password, use your firstinitiallastname (ex. bbuemann) for the username and your library number as your password. When prompted for a host name, enter: wbb50790.follettshelf.com Now you should be ready to explore the world of ebooks. If the username and password do not work, please see us in the library.
Over the years, several wikis have been developed to support research assignments. The following are links to some of those older wikis, and may be home to some newer ones in the future. Mrs. Hannis, one of our past librarians, put together many useful wikis on a variety of topics from grammar, to bioaccumulation, to the industrial revolution and more. They're worth exploring as you do your research.