Reading is an essential part of the learning experience for all VSGIS students. They are encouraged to make use of the school library on the first floor as well as a variety of online libraries that can easily be accessed (list below). Additionally, students can further their enjoyment by visiting The National Children and Youth Library, located just 3-minute away.
- 1.The National Children’s Youth Library
- It has an upwards of 688,045 books, including Korean and English publications in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. It also has a reading room, a seminar room, and an auditorium for a delightful reading experience.
- 2. Open Library
- Books tailored to the reading level of K-12 students and online versions of books in various fields such as humanities, science, society, philosophy, engineering, art, novels, K-12 textbooks, economics, finance, electricity, etc. In addition, published materials are available in more than 140 languages, including French, Spanish, German, Russian, Italian, Japanese and Chinese.
- 3. World Digital Library
- It has more than 19,000 maps and photos and materials related to culture and maps of 193 countries. It also provides data organized by period, so it can be used for social science and geography classes.
- 4. Library Congress
- The U.S. Library of Congress provides access to historical documents from the United States and around the world, and the largest collection of materials in a single online library.
- 5. Sno-Isle Library
- It provides books, video materials, lecture materials, etc. in various fields, and is a place where you can see materials such as occupation, study, business, consumption, health, law, and newspapers all in one place.