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February 2010 Monthly Report The Unquiet Library
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February 2010 Monthly Report The Unquiet Library


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  • 1. CREEKVIEW THE UNQUIET LIBRARY HIGH SCHOOL FEBRUARY 2010 MONTHLY REPORT Buffy Hamilton, School Librarian Roxanne Johnson, School Librarian Tammy Beasley, Library Clerk 1
  • 2. “The use of NoodleTools Program Highlights has shown my students exactly what a source The creation of the Georgia Peach Book citation means. The Award voting area and book display to notecards have encourage students to participate in this year’s award voting. streamlined the research Netvibes tutorial videos added to The process for the students Unquiet Library YouTube Channel and helped eliminate the Introduction to NoodleTools with Ms. careless mistakes. Their Lester, Ms. Ashe, and Ms. Frost’s 9th paraphrasing is much Literature/Composition students. better through the use of Additional NoodleTools helplet tutorials in print available for Wikipedia NoodleTools as well.” articles Instruction on how to evaluate and vet Deborah Frost Wikipedia articles with Mr. 9th English Rasmussen’s U.S. History students. Literature/Composition Most read authors of the month: Ellen teacher Hopkins and Nicholas Sparks. “NoodleTools is easy to learn and helps me stay organized with my research projects.” 9th grade student 2
  • 3. Data Snapshots The Unquiet Library Statistics, February 2010 Number of Class Sessions Served 144 Number of Student Visitors 2715 (Morning, Lunch, Afternoon Hours) Total Circulation 715 9th Grade Circulation 190 10th Grade Circulation 111 11th Grade Circulation 313 12th Grade Circulation 101 Total GALE Databases Sessions 5168 Gale Virtual Reference Library 3211 GALE Discovering Collection 588 Gale Opposing Viewpoints 289 Gale Literature Resource Center 189 Gale Global Issues in Context 715 Gale History Resource Center, 133 World Gale History Resource Center, U.S. 43 The Unquiet Library Blog 9844 3
  • 4. Collaborative Lessons Learning Activities/Instructional Research Pathfinder Collaborative Instructional Partner(s) The Battles of Trenton and Saratoga, JROTC LTC Holly Elizabethan/Renaissance Times, 9th Literature/Composition Ms. Ashe Noble Prize Winning Authors, 10th Honors Literature/Composition Ms. Orfale Romantic British Poets/Poetry, 12th British Literature/Composition Ms. Bennett Mr. Lawson Jazz Age/Roaring Twenties, 11th Honors American Ms. Pickart Literature/Composition Romeo and Juliet Issues: Comparing Elizabethan Period Issues to Ms. Lester Modern Times, 9th Honors Literature/Composition Ms. Frost FDR, U.S. History through Film Ms. Markham Genetic Disorders, Biology Ms. Hendrix Biographies of U.S. Historical Figures, U.S. History Mr. Rasmussen Cybercommunications: Pro or Con, 10th Honors Literature/Composition Ms. Orfale 4