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  • 1. School Libraries in Turkey Derya ArslanMehmet Akif Ersoy University Education Faculty Burdur, TURKEY Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 1
  • 2. Contents• Library Public School Class• Library Budget• Library Evaulation
  • 3. Libraries School Public Classroom Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 3
  • 4. Public• They are in management of The Ministry of Culture.• And there are other public libraries in management of munipality. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 4
  • 5. • Librarians are graduated from information and records management departments.• Faculties up-to-date their undergraduate curriculum. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 5
  • 6. • As per the decision of the Higher Education Council in 2002, the divisions of Librarianship, Archiving, and Documentation and Information at the Departments of Librarianship were merged and the Department of Librarianship was renamed as the "Department of Information and Records Management" with a new curriculum. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 6
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  • 8. • Beside, people graduated from different areas are also working as a librarian.• But all of them must attend a selection exam in order to begin. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 8
  • 9. School• They are in management of The Ministry of Education.• According to regulations if the school library has more than 3000 books, Ministry of Education staff a librarian to this library. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 9
  • 10. • If not, a teacher can work as a librarian.• But in most of primary, elementray or high schools, library club works for library. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 10
  • 11. Library Club• There is a director who is a Turkish language Teacher, Tecnology or Classroom teacher.• Students choose the club voluntarily.• After the meeting of library club, club students begin to work in part time or during the break at the library voluntarily. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 11
  • 12. • By this way school library is opened for students.• Library clup students give other students books and record their names to library notebooks or computer system.• Students have timetables, they work nearly two hours per day or during breaks. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 12
  • 13. Daily Schedule• Morning classes start at 08:00, end at 13:00• Afternoon classes start at 13:00, end at 18:00• A full day school starts at 09:00, ends at 15:00 Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 13
  • 14. • Students, teachers and parents use library.• Library clup teacher catalogs the resources.• First to fifth classes, classroom teacher helps students about studying in library and organize lessons in there. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 14
  • 15. • Sixth to eighth grade Turkish language teacher guides students about library.• Students with special educational needs attend library as other students do. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 15
  • 16. Class• Every classroom has a library, too.• Class teacher orginize the library.• Students who are the members of Library club help teacher.• Club students give books to their friends. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 16
  • 17. • In Turkey there is a Student Information System.• Class teachers in Burdur also save the information about books that student read (book name, writer, book page etc.). Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 17
  • 18. • Every school has internet in Turkey.• And most of them has ICT classes.• In Burdur city center every class has one computer and internet connection.• Mostly class library promote ITC literacy. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 18
  • 19. Library Budget
  • 20. • School principal working with library club teacher decides the budgets.• There are some particular sponsorship.• For example, people from city can give money to create a library (books and book shelves) in primary schools. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 20
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  • 39. • Sometimes students or teachers organize book campaigns for school libraries.• Civil society organizations are also collecting books which can be used or new and then send schools these books. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 39
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  • 44. • Sometimes in our education faculty teacher candidates organize book campaigns for their friends that are working as a teacher in primary schools which has no libraries. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 44
  • 45. Library Evaluation Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 45
  • 46. • In Turkey Education Superviser evaluate the library.• Superviser inspect the documents that library club teacher prepeared.• And also check the library books. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 46
  • 47. TO-KAT Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 47
  • 48. • The Turkish Academic Network and Information Centre (ULAKBIM) is an institute of The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK). Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 48
  • 49. • ULAKBIM’s main objectives have been set as operating a high speed computer network enabling interaction within the institutional elements of the national innovation system, and providing information technology support and information services to help scientific production.
  • 50. • National Catalog (TO-KAT) is a project of Culture Ministry and The Turkish Academic Network and Information Centre.• The main aim of this project is to gathered all libraries in Turkey in one digital library system. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 50
  • 51. • National Catalog was started in 2008.• Only the libraries which are the members of National Catalog System can be searched.• University and school libraries can be members of National Catalog. Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 51
  • 52. Thank you.deryaarslan@mehmetakif.edu.tr aderya@hotmail.com Studyvisit, Portugal, 2011 52