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Spsmediacenterorientation 001 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Welcome to Suffolk Public Schools Media Centers
  • 2. ORIENTATION
    • 2003-2004
      • LIBRARY MEDIA CENTERS
  • 3. WHAT’S THE QUESTION?
    • THE MEDIA CENTER IS THE ANSWER!
  • 4. MEDIA CENTER HOURS
    • Secondary Schools
    • 7:30 -2:15
      • MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
    • (WITH A PASS FROM YOUR TEACHER)
    • Elementary Schools
    • 8:45 – 3:30
    • MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
        • (WITH A PASS FROM YOUR TEACHER )
  • 5. MEDIA CENTER RULES
    • STUDENTS MUST ENTER THE MEDIA CENTER QUIETLY.
    • STUDENTS SHOULD KEEP THEIR HANDS, FEET, AND OBJECTS TO THEMSELVES.
    • STUDENT SHOULD FOLLOW DIRECTIONS.
    • STUDENTS SHOULD BE RESPECTFUL TO TEACHERS, CLASSMATES, AND VISITORS.
    • STUDENTS ARE NOT TO MUTILIATE ANY BOOKS HOUSED IN THE MEDIA CENTER.
    • STUDENTS ARE TO LEAVE THE BOOKS NEATLY AT THE EDGE OF THE SHELVES.
  • 6. CONSEQUENCES
      • WARNING
      • MEDIATION
      • LUNCH DETENTION
      • CALL PARENT
      • GUIDANCE REFERRAL
      • REFERRAL TO AN ADMINISTRATOR
  • 7. THE MEDIA CENTER IS…. A LABORATORY EXPERIENCE WHERE STUDENTS DEVELOP AN UNDERSTANDING OF HOW TO ACCESS AND USE INFORMATION FOR THEIR OWN LEARNING NEEDS.
  • 8. SIGN IN /SIGN OUT
    • STUDENTS MUST SIGN IN AT THE CIRCULATION DESK WITH THE MEDIA SPECIALIST WHEN ENTERING THE MEDIA CENTER AND BEFORE USING THE COMPUTERS.
  • 9. LIBRARY MEDIA CENER RESOURCES AND FACILITIES
    • FICTION BOOKS (A-Z)
    • NON FICTION BOOKS (000-999)
    • REFERENCE BOOKS
    • MAGAZINES
    • NEWSPAPERS
    • CIRCULATION DESK
    • ATHENA (LIBRARY CATALOG)
    • INDEPENDENT WORK AREAS
    • INFORMAL READING AREAS
  • 10. WHAT ARE FICTION BOOKS? FICTIN - BOOKS THAT ARE NOT TRUE ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY AUTHOR’S LAST NAME. FIC- FIRST THREE LETTERS OF THE AUTHOR’S NAME.
  • 11. WHAT ARE NON- FICTION BOOKS? BOOKS WITH FACTUAL INFORMATION. ARRANGED ON THE SHELVES BY CALL NUMBER. EXAMPLE 004 EDE
  • 12. REFERENCE BOOKS THESE BOOKS CANNOT BE CHECKED OUT OF THE MEDIA CENTER. ALMANACS ENCYCLOPEDIAS DICTIONARIES ATLAS
  • 13. NEWSPAPERS/ MAGAZINES SUFFOLK NEWS HEARLD DAILY PRESS INFOTRAC THE VIRGINIAN-PILOT SIRS
  • 14. BIOGRAPHIES BOOKS ABOUT A PERSON’S LIFE ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY CALL NUMBER IS 92 PLUS THE FIRST THREE LETTERS OF THE SUBJECT OF THE BOOK
  • 15. ACCESSING THE INTERNET CLICK ON “ INTERNET EXPLORER” CLICK ON “STUDENTS” AT SUFFOLK PUBLIC SCHOOLS HOME PAGE CLICK ON “GREAT SITES” CLICK ON “SEARCH ENGINES”
  • 16. ACCELERATED READER YOU CAN RECOGNIZE AR BOOKS BY THE COLORED DOTS ON THE SPINE. INSIDE THE FRONT COVER OF EACH BOOK IS A LABEL WHICH INDICATES THE TITLE AUTHOR, READING LEVEL, POINT VALUE AND QUIZ NUMBER
  • 17. PRINT MATERIALS NEWSPAPER MAGAZINES
  • 18. NON PRINT SLIDE CD-ROM VIDEO-TAPE AUDIOTAPES
  • 19. WHAT’S THE QUESTION?
    • THE MEDIA CENTER IS THE ANSWER!
  • 20. Presentation By: Sandra White