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Jazz Up Monthly Reports
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  • 1. Jazz Up Your Monthly Reports Fran Bullington March 15, 2012South Carolina Association of School Librarians Learning Commons Presentation
  • 2. Basic BeginningsIn the fall of 2006 when I became the lead librarian at Boiling Springs High School, I wanted to continue the sharing of monthly reports that my predecessor had done. Looking back now at the reports I submitted, I am embarrassed! Those reports in no way, shape, or form were conveying how vibrant our library program was.So I began a quest to perfect my reports and share that with you here. Many photographs have been altered because I have not obtained permission to post those students’ pictures.
  • 3. “Just the Facts, M’am”
  • 4. Baby Steps: Two Additions
  • 5. Next Step: Photographs Erin B. and Amanda W.
  • 6. Huge Step! Multiple Pages
  • 7. Page Two Charts Cumulative Data Class Visits by depts.
  • 8. Page Three Class Visits to Computer Rooms by depts Library and Computer Room Usage by depts comparison
  • 9. Page Four Circulation by groups Pie Chart analysis Circulation by Dewey classification
  • 10. Page Five
  • 11. Page Six
  • 12. November Report: Changes
  • 13. Telling a Story Comes First
  • 14. Changing to PowerPoint Boiling Springs High School Library Media Center January 2012 Monthly Report
  • 15. Why PowerPoint? Easier to Edit
  • 16. More Colorful Charts
  • 17. Can Fit More Info on Slide
  • 18. Transparency: Publish Your Reports!
  • 19. Many Examples on the WebYou’ll find many more examples on the web of others’ monthly reports. I share several in the blog post “Advocacy: Monthly Reports” that you will find in the bibliography on the next slide.Please feel free to contact me if you have questions: fran.bullington@gmail.com
  • 20. BibliographyBullington, Fran . "Advocacy: Monthly Reports « Informania." Informania. N.p., 6 Nov. 2010. Web. 15 Mar. 2012. <http://informania.wordpress.com/2010/11/06/advocacy- monthly-reports/>.Bullington, Fran. "Library Reports ." Boiling Springs High School Media Center. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Mar. 2012. <https://sites.google.com/site/bshsbulldog/library- ingo/newsletters-and-reports>.Bullington, Fran. "Worth the Effort! « Informania." Informania. N.p., 10 Nov. 2010. Web. 15 Mar. 2012. <http://informania.wordpress.com/2010/11/15/worth-the- effort/>.

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