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February 2011

  1. 1. Boiling Springs High School Library Media CenterFebruary 2011 Monthly Report 26384251739084<br />Boiling Springs High School Library Media Center<br />February 2011<br />Library Highlights<br /><ul><li>Author Visit Alan Gratz visited the BSHS LMC on February 16th. He conducted three sessions for our students: 1) Shakespeare, 2) Creative Writing, and 3) Q&A . Eighty-five students were invited to the sessions and all provided positive feedback about their experience.
  2. 2. Resource Lists Mrs. Bullington created two Resource Lists based on our print collection. Mrs. Cribbs requested a list on diseases. Mrs. Hursey, 9th grade campus media specialist, requested to borrow books on experiences of Holocaust survivors for a class conducting research on the WW II event. We created a Resource List and pulled books for the 9th grade campus to use.
  3. 3. Pathfinders Mrs. Bullington edited the Elizabethan Age Pathfinder to reflect new resources and to provide resources on topics being covered in Mrs. Gray’s class research related to A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
  4. 4. Information Literacy Lessons Both Mrs. Hames and Mrs. Gray requested that we provide instruction to their classes beginning research on using the library’s resources. We reviewed using our Destiny catalog, accessing and using SC DISCUS resources, and accessing and using the Pathfinders created specifically for the research being conducted.
  5. 5. Book Trailers On Feb. 24th and 25th, Mr. Campbell conducted sessions on creating book trailers for Mrs. Menzer’s and Ms. London’s English classes. He provided resources to assist the students as they began creating book trailers for class projects.
  6. 6. SCYABA Voting On Feb. 25th, students who had read at least 3 of the 2010-2011 SCYABA nominees were able to vote for the book they wanted to win the 2011 SC Young Adult Book Award.</li></ul>Instructional Days<br />1st semJanFeb. TotalsInstructional Days83.51421118.5# Days Library Open73.51421108.5<br />Use of Physical Space<br />Student Visits<br />1st semJanFeb.TotalsIndependent79391380267211,991With a class 15,2443096493623,276Totals23,1834,476760835,267<br />Class Visits to Library<br />1st semJanFeb. TotalsEnglish1203624180Business Ed33Fine Arts11Foreign Language2424Home Arts22Math22Science139325Social Studies341953Totals1964549290<br />Class Visits to the Computer Rooms<br />1st semJanFeb. TotalsEnglish812026127Business Ed3535Fine Arts6129Foreign Language942729150Home Arts104822Guidance1151329Math66Science76722105Social Studies89832129Sp. Ed66Totals41472132618<br />Resource Analysis<br />Total Items Circulated<br />1st semJanFeb. Totals Sophomores22357579793971Juniors15394265252490Seniors14632633732099Staff5721053501027Totals5809155122279587<br /> <br />Equipment Circulation<br />1st semJanFeb. TotalsFaculty5485245645Student (computers)25902548153659Total31383068604304<br />SC Streamline Usage<br />1st semJanFeb. TotalsLogins2916575431Videos/Segments Streamed or Downloaded 551184122857<br />

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