You’re Invited! Take a virtual tour of the Central High     School Library Media Center.          Created especially for  ...
Welcome!  The LMC is  open everyschool day from 7:30 to 3:30.
Step up to thecirculation deskwhere you can…
…sign in or give your pass to   one of the  librarians,…
… pick up a passfor Learning Lab,        …
… return   library books,…
… or renew and checkout new library books,magazines, andmovies.
Let me showyou around the    library.
We have comfy places to visit,read, and study.
There are 31  computers, a scanner, and a   printer forstudents to use.
Important Stuff:Students must have anInternet Agreement on  file and follow SPSpolicies when using any   school computers.
Did you know that black &white printing for schoolpapers and projects isavailable for FREE? Andcolor printing is only 25pe...
There are more than 30 different   magazines andnewspapers for you   to check out.
There are 1000’s offiction titles on thetall shelves for you    to check out,including books and audio recordings.
On the shorter shelvesyou’ll also find 1000’s ofnon-fiction books to helpwith your school work.
The reference area is in the middle and has     great generalinformation books like     encyclopedias,almanacs, and atlases.
How many bookscan I check out?  And for how      long?    Great Question!  You may check out 5    items at a time. Books c...
What if I  need to turn in abook before  7:30 orafter 3:30?Use the book  return…
… located in thehallway  justoutside   thelibrary  door.
What if I don’t    find the information Ineed in a book?
Visit the library’sWeb page…                      …for databases,                      online resources, and              ...
Is there anything         elseI need to know about     the library?
There is a work area with suppliesfor you to use as your working on      those big projects.
There are even greattable areas for work, study, and reading.
Important Stuff:    Eating anddrinking are NOT  allowed in the   library, so…
… THANK YOU for leaving your food and   beverages here, or   store them in yourbackpack until you leave      the library.
Still havequestions and want some    help?
See librarians Mrs. Gugliotta and  Mrs. Casteel for answers to       ALL your questions!
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  1. 1. You’re Invited! Take a virtual tour of the Central High School Library Media Center. Created especially for students, parents, and faculty of Central High School, Springfield, Missouri.Angela Casteel & Sarah Gugliotta, Library Media Specialists
  2. 2. Welcome! The LMC is open everyschool day from 7:30 to 3:30.
  3. 3. Step up to thecirculation deskwhere you can…
  4. 4. …sign in or give your pass to one of the librarians,…
  5. 5. … pick up a passfor Learning Lab, …
  6. 6. … return library books,…
  7. 7. … or renew and checkout new library books,magazines, andmovies.
  8. 8. Let me showyou around the library.
  9. 9. We have comfy places to visit,read, and study.
  10. 10. There are 31 computers, a scanner, and a printer forstudents to use.
  11. 11. Important Stuff:Students must have anInternet Agreement on file and follow SPSpolicies when using any school computers.
  12. 12. Did you know that black &white printing for schoolpapers and projects isavailable for FREE? Andcolor printing is only 25per page? Ruff!
  13. 13. There are more than 30 different magazines andnewspapers for you to check out.
  14. 14. There are 1000’s offiction titles on thetall shelves for you to check out,including books and audio recordings.
  15. 15. On the shorter shelvesyou’ll also find 1000’s ofnon-fiction books to helpwith your school work.
  16. 16. The reference area is in the middle and has great generalinformation books like encyclopedias,almanacs, and atlases.
  17. 17. How many bookscan I check out? And for how long? Great Question! You may check out 5 items at a time. Books can be kept for 2weeks and renewed once.Magazines can be kept for 1 week. Movies and Reference Books are only checked out for 1 night.
  18. 18. What if I need to turn in abook before 7:30 orafter 3:30?Use the book return…
  19. 19. … located in thehallway justoutside thelibrary door.
  20. 20. What if I don’t find the information Ineed in a book?
  21. 21. Visit the library’sWeb page… …for databases, online resources, and writing tools, and the library catalog.
  22. 22. Is there anything elseI need to know about the library?
  23. 23. There is a work area with suppliesfor you to use as your working on those big projects.
  24. 24. There are even greattable areas for work, study, and reading.
  25. 25. Important Stuff: Eating anddrinking are NOT allowed in the library, so…
  26. 26. … THANK YOU for leaving your food and beverages here, or store them in yourbackpack until you leave the library.
  27. 27. Still havequestions and want some help?
  28. 28. See librarians Mrs. Gugliotta and Mrs. Casteel for answers to ALL your questions!
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