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Farragut High School 9th Grade Library Orientation

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Farragut High School 9th Grade Library Media Center Orientation
Welcome to the FHS Library Media Center!

Librarians:
Miss Matthews
Mr. Mitchell

Databases
Why use databases for research over ?
Application
Stations

Now it's time to practice and apply what you've learned. You will stay with your group and begin at the station that matches your group number. Move to the next station in number order at the sound of the online stopwatch. Follow the directions for each station. You may work together, but each student must complete his/her own station sheet.
Library Hours
7:30-4:00 M-F
Knox County Library Standard: Students will find information using appropriate sources for a task.
Common Core Standard CC.9-10.W.8 Research to Build and Present Knowledge: Gather relevant information from multiple authoritative print and digital sources, using advanced searches effectively; assess the usefulness of each source in answering the research question...avoiding plagiarism and following a standard format for citation.

Come explore
YOUR Library!
Your journey begins here...

During class,
don't forget
your pass.
Students will be able to
navigate and use the
sections of the library.

Students will be
able to access and use the online catalog
to search for print
resources and will understand how to cite books.
Students will be able
to access and use
databases for
research and will
understand how to
cite items.
Objectives and Standards
Knox County Library Standard: Students will find information using
appropriate sources for a task.
Essential Question
How will the resources and strategies I learn to use today affect the way I research?
Print Resources
Online Catalog
Citing Books
Biography
Non-Fiction
Story Collection
Graphic Fiction
Fiction
Reference
Periodicals
Biographies
* Non-fiction books about a person's life
* Arranged in alphabetical order by first three letters of the last name of the person the book is about
* Call number begins with B
Story Collection
Graphic Fiction
*Fiction books with illustrations and text
*Also known as graphic novels and manga
*Arranged alphabetically by first three letters of author's last name
*Call number begins with GF
Fiction
*Stories that are not real and are created by the author
*Arranged alphabetically by the first three
letters of the author's last name
*Call number begins with FIC
Reference
*Includes books such as atlases, dictionaries, almanacs, and encyclopedias (both general and subject specific) that can be used for fact checks and research
*Arranged in Dewey Decimal order by subject
*Call number begins with R
Sections of
Our Library:
Print Resources
in the
Farragut LMC
Each item (except most periodicals) has a
CALL NUMBER. The call number is like an address and tells you in which section
of our library you will
find the book.
Example:
B WAS
Non-Fiction
* True, real world topics and facts about
different subjects
* Arranged in Dewey Decimal Order
and by first three letters of author's last name. There are 10 main Dewey classes.
*The number tells you the topic. (900's are history and geography books.)
Example:
910.9163 BAR
*Collection of short stories by one or
more authors.
*Arranged in alphabetical order by
first three letters of the author's
last name
*Call number begins with SC
Example:
SC POE
Example:
GF FIC TAK v.5
Periodicals
Example:
FIC COL
Example:
R 780.3 BRI
*Also known as magazines
*Current magazines (no call numbers or barcodes) are available to borrow for one day
*Older magazines and National Geographic volumes can be checked out for two weeks
*Call number begins with PER
PER NAT
Example:
How can I find the print resource that I need?
Accessing Atriuum
Go to the Farragut High School LMC page
http://www.knoxschools.org/farraguths
Click on Atriuum Library Catalog
SimpleSearch:
Charles Dickens
Combo Search:
Charles Dickens, Great Expectations
Expert Search
:
Great Expectations AND criticism
(use keyword search)
Correct spelling matters!
When you take an idea or a quotation from a source, you need to cite your source in order to avoid plagiarism.
You will cite using MLA format.
Info you will need:
*Title
*Authors or Editors
*Publisher
*Publication city
*Publication year
*Volume, edition, or series
(if relevant)


Where do I find this info?
http://www.easybib.com
Authorship (Authoritative!)
Audience
Structure
Scope
Gale Literature Resource Center
*Basic Search: Charles Dickens
*Advanced Search: Charles Dickens and Great Expectations
Don't forget to cite!
Written for students and researchers
Powerful and highly structured for research
Content authored by experts and vetted/peer reviewed

Longer, more detailed articles written for research
Closure and
Essential Question:

How will the resources and strategies
I learn to use today affect the way I research?
Application Stations
Debriefing
*Did you use any new tools?
*Did you change the way
you search? How?
*How did advanced searching
help you?
*Any other observations
or questions?
Library Media Center Policies:
*You may check out as many books as you like!
*Most books are checked out for two weeks. Reference books are checked out overnight, and you can renew them daily. (Fines 10 cents/day except reference materials which are 25 cents/day. Max of $5.00 on all fines.)
*B/W printing is 10 cents/page. Color printing is 50 cents/page.
*During class time, please bring a pass from your teacher.
*Please enter through the door that says Library and exit through
the doors with the yellow "Exit Only" signs.
How can we
help you?

"Pre"flection
Reflection
Common Core Standard CC.9-10.W.8 Research to Build and Present Knowledge: Gather relevant information from multiple authoritative print and digital sources, using advanced searches effectively; assess the usefulness of each source in answering the research question...avoiding plagiarism and following a standard format for citation.
TRAILS information literacy assessment
Choose a speaker.
Results
You can add items to a list to print by clicking on the plus sign and going to "temporary bookbag."
The online catalog will help me find
the print resource I need.
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