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PSHS Media Center Orientation

Library Orientation
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G Kuhns

on 18 August 2015

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Transcript of PSHS Media Center Orientation

Ms. Kuhns, Media Specialist
Mrs. Heap, Media Assistant
Mrs. Hogan, Media Assistant

PSHS Media Center Orientation
Library Hours:
M-Th 6:30 - 3:00
F: 6:30 - 2:30

Circulation:
5 books at a time
2 weeks per book
One renewal

Late Fines:
$.25 per day fine for each overdue book (with three day grace period.)

Printing: $.75 per page for Colored

Copying: $.10 per page for Black & White
General Information


Use Destiny to find books you need for projects or entertainment.

To access Destiny at school: Click on the house with the blue roof on any computer in the building.
PSHS Online Catalog
Talk quietly.
Keep your food and drink in your bag.
Follow all school rules.

Be respectful.
Leave everything better than you found
it.
Rules
SC DISCUS
http://www.psd202.org/PSHS/mc.php?p=data

GALE:
Biography in Context
Student Resource in Context
Opposing Viewpoints in Context
Science in Context
Literature Resource Center
Health and Wellness Resource

Plus more!
Databases
Book Talk: Abe Awards 2013
Bookworms Book Club: Meets after school to discuss what you have been reading. Everyone welcome to join.

Teen Library Advisory Board: 5-6 students from every grade level. Meets every other Thursday at lunch to plan library promotions.

Cougar Readers: Join our Edmodo. Be a part of the coolest community of readers around. (http://www.edmodo.com/library/v2)

Letters about Literature: Write the author of your favorite book; win $100! (http://illinoiscenterforthebook.org/projects/projectse.html)
Library Groups
Seniors make their way into our hearts as Freshmen, carving out a reading nook, sweating through projects or just stopping by to chat. We find it hard to let them go as graduation approaches.

Our goal is to prepare each student for lifelong learning by fostering a love for reading, providing a forum in which to express their thoughts, and developing their research, analytical, and technological skills.

We look forward to serving you!
Final Comments
Google is good; libraries are better
Banned Books Week
Teen Read Week
National Library Week
Snacks in the Stacks
Peer Tutoring
Activities
Community Outreach
Food for Fines
More: Under Construction
1. Come before or after school to sign up for computer or table time.
2. Have a pass to come to the media center.
3. Check in with study hall teacher first, if applicable.
4. Scan in and out every time you come to the library.
Library Passes
Leading plagiarism checker, online grading and peer review.

http://turnitin.com/

Required for use:
Teacher's code
Personal e-mail address
Password (REMEMBER YOUR PASSWORD)
Turn it in
Introduction
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl
http://easybib.com
http://prezi.com/inmxxxekts7f/copy-of-2013-abe-lincoln-award/
http://animoto.com/play/mhj7aPUFYj8p97ih4t5QrA
https://voicethread.com/share/3384497/
http://youtu.be/IW_ubJJ8SnE
I'M READING A BOOK
http://newtrier.libguides.com/AbeLincoln2012
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