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This year we have learned how fiction and nonfiction books are organized in a library media center. Let’s review ....
Fiction  books are organized alphabetically by the  author’s last name . Nonfiction  books are organized by  number  accor...
Now that we know how our books are organized in the media center let’s explore Tiger Creek’s online  catalog or database c...
The purpose of the on-line catalog is to help us find books and other materials in our Media Center.
How can we look for books using the Safari on-line catalog? We can locate a book, using the on-line catalog, by looking it...
1.  Author’s name Example: Mary Pope Osborne 2.  Title of a book. Example: Dragon of the Red Dawn 3. Subject  Example: Dra...
Let’s practice using Surpass Safari!
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  1. 1. This year we have learned how fiction and nonfiction books are organized in a library media center. Let’s review ....
  2. 2. Fiction books are organized alphabetically by the author’s last name . Nonfiction books are organized by number according to the Dewey Decimal system .
  3. 3. Now that we know how our books are organized in the media center let’s explore Tiger Creek’s online catalog or database called SURPASS SAFARI .
  4. 4. The purpose of the on-line catalog is to help us find books and other materials in our Media Center.
  5. 5. How can we look for books using the Safari on-line catalog? We can locate a book, using the on-line catalog, by looking it up in one of three ways.
  6. 6. 1. Author’s name Example: Mary Pope Osborne 2. Title of a book. Example: Dragon of the Red Dawn 3. Subject Example: Dragons
  7. 7. Let’s practice using Surpass Safari!
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