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Jan 2012 Monthly Report
 

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    • Boiling Springs High School Library Media CenterJanuary 2012 Monthly Report
    • Boiling Springs High School Library Media Center January 2012 Highlights Busy with Booktalks and Checkouts! English II Orientation Many BSHS teachers encourage their students to read forThe start of a new semester brings with it new classes. This pleasure. During our first four days this semester,semester, the BSHS LMC staff introduced eleven English II and teachers brought twenty-three classes in to check outEnglish III Honors classes to the resources available to them in books for pleasure reading. You might expect Englishour library. After our presentation, students had to use those teachers would bring their classes to check out books,resources to complete a Scavenger Hunt. but only 52% of the class visits were from the English department. Our math, social studies, and CATE teachers also took time from their instruction to bring classes to Bullldog Booklovers Club Meeting, Jan. 9 the library.Nineteen students and teachers met at 3:30 in the library todiscuss Everlost by Neal Shusterman and Fallen by Lauren Mrs. DeLac and Mrs. Pharr scheduled booktalks for theirKate. The announcement of The Hunger Games field trip students. Mrs. Bullington shared several popular booksgenerated quite a bit of enthusiasm from various genres through both oral booktalks and book trailers. January’s Top Ten BooksSeries books still reign supreme at Bulldog Nation. Checkout Visits by Department1. Divergent 6. Catching Fire2. Delirium 7. City of Bones English3. The Hunger Games 8. Evermore 13% Math4. Matched 9. Blue Moon5. Unwind 10. Department Nineteen 13% Soc. Studies 52% CATE 22%
    • Use of Physical Space Month (days open) Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan (13) (21) (20) (19) (11.5) (19) Student Visits Independent 798 2199 2002 2051 1678 2004 With a class 2403 4347 4455 5238 2538 4671 Totals 3201 6546 6457 7289 4216 6675 Class Visits to Library Class Visits to Computer Rooms Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan English 9 51 31 47 7 43English 24 28 26 43 7 44 CATE 4 31 12 18 3CATE 1 2 1 6 7 Fine Arts 1Fine Arts 1 Foreign 7 15 11 30 1 28Foreign Lang 2 3 2 5 5 2 Lang Guidance 3 3 24Guidance 5 1Math 3 2 3 5 Math 2 2 2 1 2Science 1 4 1 3 3 Science 8 19 17 21 9 16Soc. Studies 8 12 8 8 6 5 Soc. Studies 24 24 20 22 4 14Totals 39 45 46 90 30 67 Totals 50 116 116 134 64 106
    • Resource Usage Analysis January 2012 Circulation Circulation by Patron Types1400 1169 5%1200 Soph1000 19% Jr 800 600 42% Sr 400 172 200 Faculty 32 2 7 21 10 28 38 4 9 41 7 4 2 8 7 0 B FIC VC AB DVD YABA 0 REF SC 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 34% Dewey Decimal and Collection Categories Equipment Circulation SC Streamline Usage Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec JanFaculty 25 71 73 60 34 28 Logins 27 51 31 49 8 43Students 151 738 724 737 887 514 Videos/Segments 92 251 119 208 22 126(computers) Streamed or D/LTotals 176 809 797 797 921 542