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Green Cup Challenge: Reference Sources Plus

This guide is designed to demonstrate OWHL's support to school-wide annual Green Cup Challenge program.

Where can I find them?

  • Reference books are located in the Garver Room (silent study room).
  • Reference books CANNOT be checked out or leave the library.
  • Please return reference books to the Garver Room when you're done using them.
  • All reference books will have the prefix REF before the call number.

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  • Circulating books are located in the stacks. 
  • Please use the Stack Directory in the Main Help Desk area or ask librarians.
  • If you don't find a circulating book in the stack, you may check 1) Books around the slot where it should be; 2) The shelves with "To be shelved" in the stacks; 3) Ask the librarian at the Circulation Desk to see if it is just returned.
  • Librarians can help you to get a copy via an Interlibrary Loan service.

Google books on Green

Google Book Search

Google Scholar Search on Green Environment

Google Scholar Search

Get an Overview with Reference Sources

Multimedia & eBooks

"Going to Green deals with the restoration of America's urban landscape through the creation of sustainable neighborhood ecosystems. Each chapter is devoted to a specific subject and is accompanied by a lesson with service learning extension activities" -- cover. PBS Home Video.

Going to green [videorecording] : towards a more sustainable community Volume 1

Going to green [videorecording] : elements of sustainability. Volume 2

Going to green [videorecording] : balancing green space with the built environment. Volume 3

Going to green [videorecording] : implementing urban greening. Volume 4

Going to green [videorecording] : public policy and green collar opportunities. Volume 5

Want audiobooks?  click this link for books on sustainable environment on Overdrive and CD.

To learn how to use overdrive, please read eBooks 101.