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  • 1. August 2011 Library Data, Summary, & AnalysisDestiny ReportCirculation Data: Patron Circulations Type Patron Type Circulation Data Freshmen 6 450 404 Sophomores 327 400 Juniors 404 Seniors 266 350 327 Admin 3 300 Faculty 136 266 1142 250 200 150 136 100 50 6 3 0
  • 2. Library Usage by Department Social Studies, 6 Science, 7 Foreign Language, 3 English, 38 Teachers Using the Library Tscherne 3 Terry, L. 4 Tedder 3 Shepard 1 Richie 5 Revan 3 Pitts 4 PG 3 Davis, O. 8Nelson, M. 4 Mullman 1 Minkin 5 Mechling 2 Mayes 2 Martin, P 4 Moore, L. 5 Jacobs 3 Gallman 3 Floyd 2 Colwell 1 Campbell 1 Broome 1 Bailey 2 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  • 3. Circulation by Types/Call Number 700 588 600 500 400 372 300 200 100 72 48 29 15 24 17 11 21 1 10 1 3 4 8 1 8 4 3 9 4 0August Student Visitation DataWith scheduled classes 1369During lunch (estimation: 13 days x 3 lunches x 40 students) 13 x 40 1560Visiting on pass from classes with a pass 178Before school (estimation: 13 days x 90 students) 1170After school (estimation: 13 days x 15 students) 195Total number of students served 4472 August: 13 days x 4 blocks = 52 instructional blocks The media center was closed 2 blocks for administrative purposes (school pictures.) The media center conducted 62 classes. A media specialist visited 9 classes outside the library.
  • 4. Literacy Activities/Reading Advocacy Signs displayed advocating planed activities (BYOB Club, Banned Books Week, Teen read Week, etc.) South Carolina Book Award Program Promotion o Special case with books for easy location o Posters with book covers o Creative displays of words and text o Book talks appended to Library orientationsMajor Instructional Activities/Collaborations Media Center: ENG - Honors Comp & Research Scavenger Hunts (acclimation of resources online and in print) Library orientations for all students in a tenth grade English class ENG - Photo Story Project with creative writing classes SST – 2012 Election Research ENG – Anglo Saxon and Medieval Webquests ENG – Greek Mythology Research ENG – Natural Disasters Research Integrated project (Life as We Knew It novel study) FL – French Speaking Country research/powerpoint ENG - Teen Issues research for argumentative paper Classroom Visits: Book talks Library orientation How to create an effective powerpointManagement Updated bookmarks and posters with annual login/password information for DISCUS, EBSCOHOSTCollection Development Created and submitted first book order of the year