“Today a Reader… Tomorrow a Leader.”
Welcome to ASM’s Library!
Located on the first floor, above the school’s main reception area, The American School of Marrakesh Carolyn L. McPhillips Library offers a stimulating, welcoming and supportive environment that offers students and teachers a quiet place to read, study, research, create, collaborate and complete learning assignments and homework. WiFi connection is also available throughout.
Our library’s mission is to foster a passion for reading, research and investigation, ensuring that students graduate as globally competent, ethical users of information technologies with strong intellectual curiosity and a life-long love of reading, independent thinking and learning.
As librarians, we endeavor to accomplish this mission and meet the diverse and intricate needs of all by acting as:
- Curators of information
- Caretakers of content and people
- Catalysts of people and services
- Connectors to sources of information, multiliteracies, and reading
- Co-creators of information with the school and the wider community
- Challengers for learners to seek appropriate information, to use sound methods of inquiry and research, and teaching them to question the information they find and use
(Adapted from the IBO’s Ideal Libraries: A Guide for Schools)
The library is open:
Please contact Asma Moundou [email protected] or phone: +212 (0) 524 329 860/ extension 1011 if you wish to book the library for a lesson or an event or if you would like to support the library as a volunteer and/or student assistant. We aim to respond to all requests within 24 hours.
Please see The American School of Marrakesh Library Handbook for further details about the library, including resources, rules, fees and fines.
We hope to see you soon and that you enjoy your time spent in the library!
Mariam Azzouz (Head Librarian), Email: [email protected]
Asma Moundou (Assistant Librarian), Email: [email protected]