November & December 2013 Library Statistics
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November & December 2013 Library Statistics Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Library Data November December • • • • • • • • • • • • Days Open – 18 Classes Served – 131 Student Visits – 536 Checkouts – 1922 eBooks Viewed – 1497 iPads Issued - 9 Days Open – 15 Classes Served – 95 Student Visits – 738 Checkouts – 1435 eBooks Viewed – 1037 iPads Issued - 7
  • 2. November & December Circulation Statistics Book Checkout by Grade Level Book Checkout by Type 3000 2500 2484 676 2000 2534 1500 1000 500 1927 802 221 0 6th 7th 8th Grade Grade Grade 388 42 128 Nonfiction Fiction Graphic Novels Magazines Audio Books E-Books
  • 3. November & December Top Ten Readers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Elijah W. – 6th Grade – 42 books Matthew C. – 6th Grade – 31 books Caleb C. – 6th Grade – 31 books Lynda P. – 6th Grade – 31 books A’myra W. – 6th Grade – 31 books Daniela C. – 6th Grade – 29 books Kenya L. – 6th Grade – 18 books Jamie F. – 6th Grade – 28 books Gracie M. – 6th Grade – 28 books Jai’Wun D. – 6th Grade – 27 books
  • 4. November/December Library Roundup • • • • • Mrs. Knopf’s National History Day academy used library computers to work on projects. Eight grade science classes began their research on the planets and other astronomical delights. Mrs. McManus showed them how to use Symbaloo bookmarks and helped them determine what did (nearly everything) and did not (common knowledge) need bibliographic citations. Mrs. McManus and helper elves reset all school iPads, cleaned up the accounts and updated to iOS 7.0.4. Mrs. McLean and Mrs. McManus hosted two “APPy Hour” sessions for teachers, where Ms. Johanson showed us how to use PicCollage and other apps to create graphic organizers and Mrs. Knowles demonstrated how she uses Kidblog to help her students create digital portfolios. We had a very successful Scholastic book fair where we sold over $2,700 in books and fun goodies. Students had a great time trying to win posters and other prizes with our “Pick a Pop” game and our administrative staff had a friendly compitition to sell the books they book talked. It made for a fun week on our news show and in the book fair. Our school earned $600 for our library, which will be used to host library events and purchase books.
  • 5. November/December Favorite Series
  • 6. November & December Favorite Titles Wow! Five of our top 10 are Junior Book Awards! Can you spot the symbol? Remember to read 3 JBA titles by Feb. 14, 1014 to participate in the JBA program! Ask Mrs. McManus for details!
  • 7. November & December iPad Update • 12 iPads circulated to new students or due to damage or technical issues. • 798 iPads were reset, updated, and reissued to students in addition to those reset due to technical issues. • Damaged iPads are those that must be sent in for repair. Stolen (Off Campus) - 1 Damage 7 User Error - 17 Resets – 35 App/iOS issues 12 Lost/ New Recovered – Student 14 9 Total Issues Addressed - 95