February 2014 Library Statistics

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February 2014 Library Statistics

  1. 1. Library Data January February • • • • • • • • • • • • Days Open – 16 Classes Served – 275 Student Visits – 1429 Checkouts – 1189 eBooks Viewed – 454 iPads Issued – 11 Days Open – 15 Classes Served – 55 Student Visits – 1193 Checkouts – 1181 eBooks Viewed – 374 iPads Issued – 8
  2. 2. February Circulation Statistics Book Checkout by Grade Level 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Book Checkout by Type 847 374 178 7 36 256 142 767 158 6th 7th 8th Grade Grade Grade Nonfiction Fiction Graphic Novels Magazines Audio Books E-Books
  3. 3. February Top Ten Readers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Devon S. – 8th Grade – 21 books Jamie F. – 6th Grade – 20 books Matthew C. – 6th Grade – 17 books Jackie R. – 8th Grade – 17 books Brandon P. – 7th Grade – 16 books Anne K. – 6th Grade – 15 books Ke’Jah B. – 6th Grade – 13 books Caleb C. – 6th Grade – 13 books Gracie M. – 6th Grade – 13 books Haley B. – 6th Grade – 12 books
  4. 4. February Library Roundup • • • • • • • Students and a few teachers participated in Blind Date with a Book this month. Students selected gift-wrapped books that they promised to spend at least 24 hours getting to know. Then, they evaluated the book and entered their names in a prize drawing. Our winners? Mrs. Taylor, our ESOL teacher and team 6-2’s Sofia L. Mrs. McLean’s Literacy Club collected nearly 300 new and gently used books for Pilgrim’s Inn for Book Giving Day. Our library served as the collection spot! The library hosted IGB days, where 8th graders sign up for their high school classes. Mrs. McManus and Ms. Knight traveled to Columbia to be part of a discussion panel on moving to 1:1 technology integration at the SCEPUR conference. Bad weather afforded Mrs. McManus a great opportunity to book talk some fun reads to our sixth graders before early dismissal on February 11th. 40 students participated in the South Carolina Junior Book Award voting party on February 21st. Each of these students read at least 3 of the nominees and celebrated with pizza from Little Ceaser’s. Sullivan’s winning title? The Running Dream by Wendlein Van Draanen! Mrs. McManus had an intern spend a few hours in the library learning about our library program.
  5. 5. February Favorite Series
  6. 6. February Favorite Titles
  7. 7. February iPad Update • 14 iPads circulated to new students or due to damage or technical issues. • The majority of issues for February included running out of memory/needing to delete apps, missing apps, losing iPads on campus, and downloading inappropriate (gaming) content. • Damaged iPads are those that must be sent in for repair. Damage 8 (5%) User Error 10 (7%) App/iOS issues 81 (57%) New Student 6 (4%) Resets 21 (15%) Lost & Recovered 17 (12%) Total Issues Addressed - 143
  8. 8. Stay in Touch! Like our library on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SMSMediaCenter Follow Mrs. McManus on Twitter @SamsLitCafe for book reviews and library news! Check out our library resources at tinyurl.com/falconsread

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