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  • 1. Yvonne A. Ewell Townview Magnet Library Media Center An Introduction
  • 2. The Library Staff Mrs. Cortez, Library Media SpecialistMrs. Green, Media Assistant Mrs. Johnson, Media Assistant Mr. Holder, Network Technologist
  • 3. KNOWLEDGE = POWERThe Yvonne A. Ewell Townview MagnetSchools attract students who have adesire to achieve greatness and are readyto take the steps to turn that wish into areality.The goal of the Townview Library MediaCenter is to help students reach theircapacity to achieve greatness by learningand acquiring knowledge from the wealthof resources offered at the library mediacenter.
  • 4. Let’s Get AcquaintedWith The Library
  • 5. LIBRARY HOURS 7:45 am – 5:00 pm (Friday’s ‘till 4:15 pm)ENTER EXIT
  • 6. Library Policieso Library Hours: 7:45 am–5:00 pm (Friday until 4:15 pm).o Students may come to the library before or after school tostudy, do research, check out books, or for reading afavorite book. Students must be wearing their ID Badge.o Students who are inside the library by 4:30 pm will beeligible to receive a bus pass.o Students must have a library pass signed by a teacher orlibrary staff when visiting the library during class time.o Refrain from bringing food, beverages, or chewing gum.o Refrain from marking on furniture & books in the library.
  • 7. Library Policies continuedExpected Etiquetteo Enter & exit the library quietly in respect for otherswho are reading and working.o Be seated 2 to 4 students per table.o Work quietly using your inside voice.o Do not lean back on chairs.o Place unwanted paper and litter in the wastebasket.
  • 8. Circulation – Check out Desk
  • 9. Library Pass Procedure
  • 10. Library Pass Procedurescontinued
  • 11. WEST WINGFiction books are shelved alphabetically by author’s last name.
  • 12. NON FICTION COLLECTION 000-900s & REFERENCE Non fiction & reference books occupy the inner shelves. They are shelved by the subject Call Numbers.
  • 13. GRAPHIC NOVELS & MANGAS741.5
  • 14. EAST WING
  • 15. MAGAZINES & JOURNALS
  • 16. OPAC Online Public Access Catalog
  • 17. COMPUTER LABEAST, WEST, & CENTER AREA
  • 18. Computer Usage Policy• The library adheres to the DISD’s acceptable use policy• Computers and the Internet are to be used for educational puposes.• Visiting chat rooms such as Twitter, games, iTunes, Tumblr is not allowed• Changing the program settings or screen savers is not permitted
  • 19. Library & Computer Usage Sign-in
  • 20. Printing All printing will be charged 10¢ per page. Students who are in the library as part of a scheduled class will be allowed to print the first 5 pages for free.
  • 21. YOU
  • 22. THANKS! Sources Microsoft Clip Art Presentation and Photographs byMrs. Gracie Cortez, Master in Library Science