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MHS Library Orientation

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Kimberly Palmer

on 10 February 2017

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Transcript of MHS Library Orientation

Mrs. Palmer &
Mrs. McNally

Ms. Palmer & Ms. McNally
Library Media Specialists
MHS Library Media Center Freshmen Orientation
Mrs. Palmer, Library Media Specialist
Mrs. McNally, Library Assistant
Shannon Testa, Volunteer
Mr. Cooper, Electronic Media Coordinator
The Library Media Center Staff
7:00 am - 3:30 pm
With your Classroom Teacher
During Your Lunch or Study Hall (with a pass from the library)
During your Free period (Junior or Senior)
When Can I Use the
Library Media Center?
What Can You do in the Library Media Center?
Circulation Categories
To access the Library Catalog, click the icon on your desktop or go to the Library Website and Find a Book
Library Catalog
If you can’t find what you need, or if need help, just ask!

We are always glad to help you in your search for ideas
and information.

Let us know if you have any suggestions to improve the library or to order materials for the library.
We are Here to
Help You Succeed!
You must follow the school district’s Internet Policy.

You may not install or uninstall any programs or software on the Library Media Center computers.

You may not play games the library computers during school hours.

Scheduled classes have first priority using the computers. You may have to relinquish your computer to the class assigned.
Computer Policies
Check out all library materials before you leave the library.
There are no late fines but...
AT the end of the semester or school year, you are financially responsible for lost or damaged materials
You may not receive privileges or get your diploma if you owe the LMC any materials or fees.
Checking out Books
All materials must be checked out at the circulation desk.


Checking Out Books
Regardless of your
reason for being in the LMC…
You must wear your ID Badge at all times.
(or an office sticker)
Please Wear Your ID
Please do not bring
FOOD
or
DRINKS
into the L.M.C.

Place them on the table provided at the entrance.
Water is allowed, except for on the computer tables
Library Media Center Policies
Research Databases:

Research web sites that require usernames & passwords to access.
Computers in the Library Media Center
Research/Schoolwork/Homework
Read
Check out Library Materials
Type reports/work on projects—
we have office supplies available
Meet with a Teacher
Buy poster board (50 cents each)
Print in color (10 cents per page)
create with 3 D printer & other makerspace
projects

What Can You do in the Library Media Center?
7:00 am - 3:30 pm
With your Classroom Teacher
During Your Lunch or Study Hall (only with
a pass to the library)

During your Free period (Junior or Senior)
When Can I Use the
Library Media Center?
Mrs. Palmer, Library Media Specialist
Mrs. McNally, Library Assistant
Shannon Testa, Volunteer
The Library Media Center Staff
The mission of the Milford High School Library Media Center is to support the school’s curriculum, promote the love of reading, and promote the ongoing development of 21st Century Technology & Research Skills.

Milford High School
Library Media Center
Mission Statement
If you do not have one, get a library card with a pin number for access to all online research, renew your own materials, download audiobooks & ebooks, order books from other libraries.
Has a Fantastic Young Adult Librarian – Katie Spofford
Has Materials that we may not have and we can get using the State Library’s Interlibrary Loan System
Book Club & AniManga Club/ Writer's Club
Many after school activities
Wadleigh Memorial Library
Ms. Palmer & Ms. McNally
Library Media Specialists
MHS Library Media Center Freshmen Orientation
Sponsors Making Strides Against Breast Cancer & Pink on the Rink both are fundraisers for the American Cancer Society
Book Club
Return all materials when finished
Clean up your work area
before you leave
Push in your chair
Keep voices to a minimum
Only 4 students per table
Remember to LOG OFF the computers
Respect Property
Respect Others and Yourself
Please Sign in when ever you enter the
Library Media Center

When you need to make copies.
When you need to use the computers
When you need to print out work
If you are visiting a student or teacher
If you are sent to get information

The only exception to the rule is when you arrive with a class. No sign in by the class is required. Thank you.
TV/VCR/DVD players
Overhead Projectors
LCD Projectors
Document cameras
Digital Camera
Flip camorder
Sound/Audio equipment
What Electronic Media is available?
Books
Fiction
Graphic Novels
Non-Fiction
Audio Books
Comic Books
Magazines & Newspapers
Videos/DVDs/CDs
USB Flash Drives
What Materials are Available in the Library Media Center?
29 computers in library
2 student printers
1 color printer (10 cents)
1 copy machine
19 computers in room 186
http://www.wadleighlibrary.org
Join Book Club! It meets once a month.

Enjoy refreshments while discussing
books




Library Media Center Orientation
2 Library Student Assistants
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