Chemeketa has a three-dimensional approach to sustainability that includes ecology, economy, and social justice. We develop systems that apply ecologically sound principles to our curriculum and operations, allocate resources wisely to fund our most important work and provide equitable access to opportunity.
Staff and students are encouraged to use the resources listed in this guide for research and individual enrichment. The list of resources may help to generate topics or key words for more searches.
Topic or key word ideas are also listed in the left column below. Use the library search option in the middle column to find more materials. Information on how to use the library search is also in the middle column. The column on the right shows one of the online videos available through the library catalog. Below that is information on searching for resources in our partner libraries from which materials may also be requested.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Library staff are always ready to help.
There are many possible topics relating to environmental literacy. Here are some ideas:
Cap and trade regulations
Common or scientific names of animals or plants.
Specific geological or geographical locations.
Individuals who are or have been leaders in environmental or scientific fields.
Words found in the other resources in the following pages.
Library Search - Find books, articles, media, & more
This short video will show you how to use Library Search to discover books and articles in print and full text online at Chemeketa and many other libraries.
Summit is the system used to request books and other items from 38 college and university libraries in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. You must be logged into the Primo library search to see Summit links.
Check your My Chemeketa e-mail for news about your request.