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Library Staff


Ruben Zamora
School Library Specialist
(408) 522-2437


Circulation Desk
(408) 522-2435


Dana Kuhlmann

Library Media Teacher
(408) 522-2493


Fremont High School Library




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How to cite an e-book from MLA
Use the format you would use to cite a book and list electronic source name at the end of the entry, such as Follett Shelf or EBSCO.

Research Databases 

Use Explora (at above right) to search all databases.

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JSTOR includes academic journals and articles that are mostly from the social sciences and humanities.

To create your your Fremont account in JSTOR so that you can view full-text articles:

Please login to THIS LINK with your school Google account (first inital + last name + last 3 numbers of ID #
in order view the JSTOR access information that is only for Fremont students.  

How to cite JSTOR articles with EasyBib


Need more information?
More databases and academic resources are available for free from our local public libraries.  A library card is needed to login.
Research online at Sunnyvale Public Library or Cupertino Library.

If you need a Sunnyvale library card, you may register online and follow instructions to pick up your free library card at Sunnyvale Public Library.

The Santa Clara County Library District's Cupertino Library also offers free library cards to students in grades 9-12.  See directions for getting your library card. With your card, you can access LearningExpress for test prep (AP, GED, SAT, etc.) and Brainfuse for subject tutoring in Spanish and English.

Hours:  Monday – Thursday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm and Friday 7:00 am – 3:30 pm
Note: The library may be closed on some Wednesday mornings for staff meetings. Check School Loop for updates.

Mission Statement: The Fremont High School Library is a teaching library where traditional print materials merge with new media technology to provide students and staff access to reliable and accurate information resources to support learning.

Annotated Bibliographies

Students for Success

Tutoring is available by National Honors Society Peer Tutors
in every subject and in multiple languages.
7th block (in Room 76) and after school until 5 pm in the Library -
Monday through Thursday
(Finals Week schedules have different SFS hours.  Please see posted times.)

  • Get help with class work and homework
  • Check out books
  • Research and write your paper
  • Work on multimedia projects

    Non-Discrimination Statement

    Students for Success is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. Students for Success shall be free from discrimination based on gender, sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, lack of English skills, handicap or the perception of one or more of such characteristics. Reasonable accommodations are available for students with disabilities.

Read and Research

MLA Format

Google Doc Template for MLA Format
1. Login to your school Google account.
2. Open linked document above.
3. Go to File menu > Make a copy.
4. Edit your own copy of the doc for an MLA formatted paper.

MLA Template for Word

See MLA Format link below for how-to videos and more instructions.

Access Your Account

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