Where Do I Start? A School Library Handbook, 2nd Edition: A School Library Handbook

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This well organized handbook is a must have for new and inexperienced school librarians as they open new schools or take on that first job. It will also serve as a source of information for library professionals in guiding their clerical staff and student and parent volunteers. The handbook covers everything from library management systems to budgeting, television producti This well organized handbook is a must have for new and inexperienced school librarians as they open new schools or take on that first job.

The handbook covers everything from library management systems to budgeting, television production, and how to collaborate with teachers. Current issues in the field LMS role as a reading teacher and LMS role in assessment of student learning are discussed. All issues and recommendations are viewed in an ideal setting and in a real-world setting, enabling LMS to view their situation as it is and as it may become.

The basis of the work is the authors' experience in mentoring many new librarians in Florida and their own journey to national board certification The authors have solicited short sidebar articles from noted experts in the field, as well as from practicing school librarians at all levels. These short essays add validity and expand the text. Grades K Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 1. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Library , please sign up.

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Wiggins Memorial Library Handbook 12222-2020

More filters. Sort order. Jul 24, Sandy rated it liked it. This text is definitely dated. It is amazing how much has changed in terms of school library media centers in a decade's time. For instance, there is an alarming amount of information in the book about using VCR players and "old-school" camcorders. Those ships have clearly sailed. However, I did find this book to overall be a useful resource. It got me thinking about things I hadn't yet carefully considered, including circulation policies, specific things to budget for, and how to go This text is definitely dated.

It got me thinking about things I hadn't yet carefully considered, including circulation policies, specific things to budget for, and how to go about developing and weeding the collection. There are also some good resource suggestions in this text that I did not previously know anything about, such as The National Book Foundation.

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Its purpose is to increase cultural awareness of great writing in the United States, and it also sponsors the National Book Awards each year. I feel like I can move more appropriately toward preparing my newly acquired Learning Resource Center, as I have a better idea of where to focus my attention and what to ask others about. Aug 06, Mandy Hornsby rated it liked it.

Okay, there is a bit of a background story that pertains to my reading this book. To my surprise, after looking forever, I was hired two weeks ago to be a Library Media Specialist. Less than two weeks to the beginning of school! Spending two years in the public library, and getting my alternate route license before this event.

Anyway, I have had a few quick crash courses from a fellow librarian in the district before sitting down and reading Library Please see the section titled Other Campbell Libraries for details. The hours listed below apply to Wiggins Memorial Library during the fall and spring semesters. The second floor of Wiggins Library serves as a hour study area after library hours during the fall and spring semesters. A valid Campbell ID card is required for access.

OneSearch is a discovery tool that allows faculty and students to search the library's many resources from a single search box. OneSearch indexes the library's catalog of books and e-books, the vast majority of full-text journal articles and other e-resources, and the library's media collection. As users search in OneSearch, they can narrow results by using facets such as subject, date, material type, and peer-review status.

For many research needs, OneSearch is the most efficient way to locate large numbers of books and articles. Each student, staff member, and faculty member has a library account. By logging in to your library account, you are able to see the items that you currently have checked out, renew your materials, put holds on checked out items, and save search results. Items found unattended in the library will be taken to Lost and Found located at the Circulation Desk. There are five photocopiers in the library.

Two are located in the Learning Commons, one is in the Periodicals Reading Room, one is outside of the second floor conference room, and one is outside of the third floor computer lab. Creek Bucks are preferred for printing and photocopying.

A School Library Handbook, 2nd Edition

If you have any problems with the copiers, please ask for assistance at the Circulation Desk. Microform reader-printers are located in the Microforms Room in Wiggins Basement. Creek Bucks are encouraged for printing and photocopying. If you have any problems, please ask a student assistant or library staff for help. Laptop computers are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk by Campbell students, faculty, or staff with a valid Campbell ID. Laptops may be checked out for 4-hour periods with one renewal allowed.

Laptops checked out overnight will be due within 2 hours of the library opening the next day. These items include iPads, calculators, headphones, computer mice, Nook e-readers, GPS units, digital cameras, flip video cameras, etc. Wiggins Library is primarily a place for study and research.

To preserve an environment of optimum conditions for study, library personnel and patrons may approach others, when needed, to request quiet and respectful conduct. Study zones have been established throughout the library to indicate spaces ideal for silent, quiet, or group study. Use of any tobacco products is prohibited anywhere in the library.

To minimize the risk of damage to materials, furnishings and equipment, food and drinks are permitted in the library only under limited conditions. Beverages in covered containers and small items of packaged food may be taken to study areas. No food or drink is permitted near library computers. Wiggins Library is committed to maintaining an environment conducive to study and research.

Ten group study rooms are available on the second floor and in the basement of Wiggins Hall. These rooms are intended for course-related study for groups of two or more students on a first come, first served basis. Individuals may be asked to yield study rooms to groups at any time. Certain designated study rooms may be reserved in advance by Campbell University students. Study room users without reservations must vacate the room when requested by a group with proof of valid reservation. Each group study room is equipped with an HD monitor or projection capability as well as a dry erase board.

Cables, markers, and erasers are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk. Personal belongings and library materials should not be left unattended in the study rooms. The library is not responsible for any lost or stolen items. A staff member is available to offer directions pertaining to the location of library resources and services and to provide circulation services.

The general public may use the library. Only Campbell University students, faculty or staff, Friends of the Library, or holders of a current guest card may check out materials. You must present your Campbell ID card or your guest card whenever you wish to check out books or other materials. Campbell University students, faculty, or Friends of the Library may borrow an unlimited number of books; however, some restrictions may be placed on students who consistently keep books overdue.

Guests may borrow up to three books at one time.

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