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Transcript of Road Trip
1,561 Student Circulations (100 more than last year!)
535 Fiction Titles
1,282 Power Cord Rentals
Nearly 600 new titles added
144,222 Titles in the Library
Includes over 130,000 ebooks!
Learning Commons Website
17,315 Page Views
A sampling of some of the more than 30...
Programming, Posters & Projects
Banned Books & Trivia
Teen Read Week
Blind Date with a Book
Write a Letter
Listening Lunch - PREACH collaboration
Rotating Book Displays
Themed Web-Pages and Displays
Lunch & Learns for students and faculty
9th Grade Information Literacy
Topics covered this year included:
Searching books, ebooks, databases & the web
Finding & evaluating resources
Citations and annotations
Web 2.0 presentations
Information literacy pre- and post- tests
What do we DO all day?
We decided to try and collect statistics on what happens at the circulation desk. We tallied results for the months of April and May of this year, and below is a sampling of what kept us busy at the desk over those
Computer/Printer Visits ~
any issues with using them in the LC
Reference Questions ~
help with research, citation, reader’s advisory
Circulation Requests ~
help with checking out materials
Miscellaneous Visits ~
Academic/psychological “guidance”, social visits, interaction with displays, meetings with faculty, collaboration talks, etc…
More makerspace activities ~ ideas include
New & improved 9th grade course
Reduced to one semester
Changes based on student input
More classroom collaborations!
Let us know how we can help
Have a Great Summer!
The year in review 2013-2014