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October 2013 Library Statistics
October 2013 Library Statistics
October 2013 Library Statistics
October 2013 Library Statistics
October 2013 Library Statistics
October 2013 Library Statistics
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October 2013 Library Statistics

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  • 1. Library Data September October • • • • • • • • • • • • Days Open – 20 Classes Served – 101 Student Visits – 393 Checkouts – 1649 eBooks Viewed – 80 iPads Issued - 544 Days Open – 22 Classes Served – 136 Student Visits – 1536 Checkouts – 2937 eBooks Viewed – 803 iPads Issued - 59
  • 2. October Circulation Statistics Book Checkout by Grade Level 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 Book Checkout by Type 1593 803 621 33 147 590 367 258 6th 7th 8th Grade Grade Grade 1769 Nonfiction Fiction Graphic Novels Magazines Audio Books E-Books
  • 3. October Top Ten Readers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Lynda P. – 6th Grade – 20 books Daniela B. – 6th Grade – 19 books A’myra W. – 6th Grade – 19 books Matthew C. – 6th Grade – 18 books Jai’Wun D. – 6th Grade – 18 books Tania G. – 6th Grade – 18 books Kenya L. – 6th Grade – 18 books Niyah M. – 6th Grade – 18 books Phillip B. – 6th Grade – 17 books Jackson E. – 6th Grade – 17 books
  • 4. October Library Roundup • • • • • • We celebrated Teen Read Week October 14th – 18th with daily trivia questions, a visit from the YCPL bookmobile and teen program coordinator, and two reading incentive opportunities. The Junior Book Award Program (Edmodo: 5d6vek) and the Winter Reading Challenge (Edmodo: dqujxi) were both introduced. To read more about Teen Read Week at Sullivan, read our school blog entry at http://tinyurl.com/SMSteen Junior Civitans used the reference room to create posters for their annual canned food drive. Mrs. McLean and Mrs. McManus hosted two “APPy Hour” sessions for teachers, where Mr. Salisbury coached us on using Haiku Deck, Mrs. McLean demonstrated the new and improved Prezi app, and Mrs. McManus discussed our library’s digital holdings and library apps. Mrs. McKinney and Ms. Gossett’s 8th grade ELA classes used the reference room to complete learning activities. Approximately 95 eighth graders took the PSAT in the library. Mrs. Knopf’s National History Day academy worked on outlines using the library computers.
  • 5. October Favorite Series
  • 6. October 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. October iPad Update • 59 iPads circulated to new students or due to damage or technical issues. • The graph shows the number of iPad issues addressed in the library this month. Damaged iPads are those that had to be sent off campus for repair. Damage 4 User Error - 15 App/iOS issues 15 Lost/ Recovered – 16 Resets – 35 New Student, 13 Total Issues Addressed - 98

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