The Browning Library supports the school curriculumand provides access to information, technology, and literature for all students. To support work on
projects and research papers, Upper School teachers may arrange classroom visits to the library. The teachers and librarians collaborate to introduce the boys to specific print and electronic resources to assist their research.
Upper School boys should become familiarwith subscription databases such as Pro-Quest, the Historical New York Times, and Facts-On-File. The librarians will guide themthrough the use of these and other databases, and boys are encouraged to access Browning’s online databases independently from home. Boys should also feel free to visit the library on their own time to study, explore
resources, and check out books.
The Library houses over 11,000 print volumes, approximately 70 periodicals, 14 subscription databases indexing hundreds of publications, and a growing collection of DVDs. Upper School students are permitted to check out Netbooks fromthe library on an hourly, daily, or overnight basis.