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Orientation chestnut ridge Orientation chestnut ridge Presentation Transcript

  • Chestnut Ridge Middle School 1
  • Chestnut Ridge Middle School Student Orientation Welcome to the Lemberg Library Media Center 1
  • Chestnut Ridge Middle School Student Orientation Welcome to the Lemberg Library Media Center 1
  • Chestnut Ridge Middle School Student Orientation Welcome to the Lemberg Library Media Center 1
  • This orientation will let you know: Who you need to ask for help. When you can come to the library.What you need to do to come to the library. Where you can find things in the library. How you check things out of the library.
  • Library Staff All the teachers are here for you - for you to succeed and to enjoy your time at the Ridge. I care about each of you, I am here to help you. So when you are in the library, I’ll do everything for your success. 3
  • Library Staff Mrs. Politzer, Library Media specialist All the teachers are here for you - for you to succeed and to enjoy your time at the Ridge. I care about each of you, I am here to help you. So when you are in the library, I’ll do everything for your success. 3
  • When can I visit the library?• Library Hours for Students are:! Monday – Friday! 9:05 – 3:40• Before homeroom• During lunch (get a pass in the lunch room)• With a class and your teacher• Homework Club – after school 4
  • What You Can DoUse the library for:Research, Reading, and/orHomework 5
  • What You Can Do Use the library for: Research, Reading, and/or Homework• Students must have a pass to come to the library or be with a teacher. When you come into the library you need to sign-in and let the librarian see your pass. 5
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  • Using the Computer 7
  • Using the Computer 7
  • Using the Computer• Internet access permission slips must be signed and returned before you have access to the internet. 7
  • Using the Computer• Internet access permission slips must be signed and returned before you have access to the internet.• There is no access to: Facebook Gmail Twitter 7
  • Taking out books Check-Out and Book Return Desk 8
  • Taking out books Books may be borrowed for 10school days. The due date isstamped in the back of the book. Check-Out and Book Return Desk 8
  • Taking out books Books may be borrowed for 10school days. The due date isstamped in the back of the book.You may take out up to 2 books Check-Out and Book Return Desk 8
  • Taking out books Books may be borrowed for 10school days. The due date isstamped in the back of the book.You may take out up to 2 booksat a time. Check-Out and Book Return Desk 8
  • Taking out books Books may be borrowed for 10school days. The due date isstamped in the back of the book.You may take out up to 2 booksat a time.Please return books on time as a Check-Out and Book Return Deskcourtesy to other students. 8
  • How do you find out if the MediaCenter has the book you want? The Card Catalog Card Cataloghttp://www.eram.k12.ny.us/education/staff/staff.php?sectionid=1354&PHPSESSID=950cde0fb5859479b1ceb8 9a55ffc63ba
  • How do you find out if the MediaCenter has the book you want? The Card Catalog Card • The alphabetical listing, Catalog especially of books in a libraryhttp://www.eram.k12.ny.us/education/staff/staff.php?sectionid=1354&PHPSESSID=950cde0fb5859479b1ceb8 9a55ffc63ba
  • How do you find out if the MediaCenter has the book you want? The Card Catalog Card • The alphabetical listing, Catalog especially of books in a library • You can access the card catalog, OPALS, on any networked computer in the building or at home.http://www.eram.k12.ny.us/education/staff/staff.php?sectionid=1354&PHPSESSID=950cde0fb5859479b1ceb8 9a55ffc63ba
  • Library Web Page★ For Research, go online to the library web page• Databases• Search Engines,• Websites• Homework Help/ Useful LInkshttp://www.eram.k12.ny.us/education/components/scrapbook/default.php?sectionid=1354 10
  • Books 11
  • Books• Non-fiction books are arranged by subject according to the Dewey Decimal System. The call number can be found in the card catalog. 11
  • Books• Non-fiction books are arranged by subject according to the Dewey Decimal System. The call number can be found in the card catalog.• Fiction books are arranged alphabetically by the author s last name. A novel is a full length fiction book. 11
  • Books• Non-fiction books are arranged by subject according to the Dewey Decimal System. The call number can be found in the card catalog.• Fiction books are arranged alphabetically by the author s last name. A novel is a full length fiction book.• Short stories may be fiction or non-fiction. 11
  • Books• Non-fiction books are arranged by subject according to the Dewey Decimal System. The call number can be found in the card catalog.• Fiction books are arranged alphabetically by the author s last name. A novel is a full length fiction book.• Short stories may be fiction or non-fiction.• Magazines 11
  • Books• Non-fiction books are arranged by subject according to the Dewey Decimal System. The call number can be found in the card catalog.• Fiction books are arranged alphabetically by the author s last name. A novel is a full length fiction book.• Short stories may be fiction or non-fiction.• Magazines• Books on Tape Playaway 11
  • BIOGRAPHIES BOOKS ABOUT A PERSON’S LIFE ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY CALL NUMBER IS 92 PLUS THE FIRST THREE LETTERS OF THE SUBJECT OF THE BOOK 12
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  • • The Reference Section of the Library has –Encyclopedias –Dictionaries –Thesauruses –Atlases – Reference books stay in the library. 13
  • Library Behavior 14
  • Library Behavior 14
  • Library Behavior1. Be safe! 14
  • Library Behavior1. Be safe!Book bags must be put under the magazine racks. 14
  • Library Behavior1. Be safe!Book bags must be put under the magazine racks.No book bags on the floor! 14
  • Library Behavior1. Be safe!Book bags must be put under the magazine racks.No book bags on the floor!2. Be Respectful! 14
  • Library Behavior1. Be safe!Book bags must be put under the magazine racks.No book bags on the floor!2. Be Respectful!Please, maintain a reasonable level 14
  • Library Behavior1. Be safe!Book bags must be put under the magazine racks.No book bags on the floor!2. Be Respectful!Please, maintain a reasonable levelof quiet! 14
  • Library Behavior1. Be safe!Book bags must be put under the magazine racks.No book bags on the floor!2. Be Respectful!Please, maintain a reasonable levelof quiet!3.Be Responsible! 14
  • Library Behavior1. Be safe!Book bags must be put under the magazine racks.No book bags on the floor!2. Be Respectful!Please, maintain a reasonable levelof quiet!3.Be Responsible!Food or drinks are not allowed 14
  • Library Behavior1. Be safe!Book bags must be put under the magazine racks.No book bags on the floor!2. Be Respectful!Please, maintain a reasonable levelof quiet!3.Be Responsible!Food or drinks are not allowed4.Be Cooperative! 14
  • Library Behavior1. Be safe!Book bags must be put under the magazine racks.No book bags on the floor!2. Be Respectful!Please, maintain a reasonable levelof quiet!3.Be Responsible!Food or drinks are not allowed4.Be Cooperative!Push your chairs in after use! 14
  • Library Behavior 1. Be safe! Book bags must be put under the magazine racks. No book bags on the floor! 2. Be Respectful! Please, maintain a reasonable level of quiet! 3.Be Responsible! Food or drinks are not allowed 4.Be Cooperative! Push your chairs in after use! 14Follow instructions and directions!
  • Computer Rules 15
  • Computer Rules 15
  • Computer Rules 15
  • Computer Rules• Please ask before using a computer flash drive 15
  • Computer Rules• Please ask before using a computer flash drive• Do not touch any of the settings. If your computer is not working, please notify the librarian. 15
  • Computer Rules• Please ask before using a computer flash drive• Do not touch any of the settings. If your computer is not working, please notify the librarian.• Please log off the computer when you are done, and push your chair in. 15
  • Book Club• Anyone may be part of our Book Club.• We create book trails.• The Book Club takes place every other week in the Library Media Center during 4th period, after lunch.• Bring your favorite book of all times and join us for fun!• Dont forget to participate in our BLOG!• Contact Mrs. Politzer at ext. 6318 or stop by the library  and sign up.
  • What Did We Learn Today? Who to ask for help. When you can come to the library. What you can find and do here. Where to find what you need.
  • We hope to see you in the library often !!!
  • We hope to see you in the library often !!!