January 2012 Dorman High School       Library Data, Summary, & Analysis                                           Departme...
November Circulation Statistics:                                    Patron Types                       # Circs            ...
27 Faculty and Staff members scheduled 91 classes, activities and/or events in the libraryduring the school day during Jan...
November Student Visitation Data                                                                     2256          Dorman’...
•   English Department Anglo-Saxon webquests, quotations papers, Scavenge hunt           orientation activity, I-Search; a...
Management          •   Budget Updates:Current Status of Book Budget – 1222D101-9438                                      ...
Needs:   • Coin operated copier – We have asked Christy Chessire to assist us in getting a new       contract for a coin-o...
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January 2012 Library Data

  1. 1. January 2012 Dorman High School Library Data, Summary, & Analysis Department Classes English 52 Science 7 Art 4 Social Studies 21 Exceptional Child 5 Totals 91   1  
  2. 2. November Circulation Statistics: Patron Types # Circs Faculty/Staff 160 Freshmen 1 Sophomores 559 Juniors 825 Seniors 308   The  Library  circulated  a  total  of  1853  materials   during  the  month  of  January.    (48  were   unassigned  by  patron  as  Overdrive  does  not   track  the  data  that  way.)       2  
  3. 3. 27 Faculty and Staff members scheduled 91 classes, activities and/or events in the libraryduring the school day during January 2012.   3  
  4. 4. November Student Visitation Data 2256 Dorman’s  library  served   With 91 scheduled classes During lunch (estimation: 19 days x 3 lunches x 40 7662  students  during   students) – 40 because we closed one lunch for the  month  of   admin/guidance purposes 2240 December.   Visiting on pass from classes 411 Before school (estimation: 19 days x 130 students) 2470 After school (estimation: 19 days x 15 students) 285• January 2012 gave us 19 instructional days x 4 blocks; the equivalent of 2 blocks closed for TAC sessions. Summary – There were 72 instructional blocks.• The media center conducted 91 classes. A media specialist visited 8 classes outside the library.Literacy Activities/Reading Advocacy • EBook/Overdrive Promotion o Significant new interest in our Overdrive Ebook portal due to Christmas gifts. We have given out bookmarks and informational sheets to help students connect and download off campus. Students who brought equipment that could work wirelessly were connected and assisted with checking out ebooks on site. • BYOB Book Club Thursday, January 18, 2012; 22 students participated in the “Bring Your Own Book” club meeting where they interacted with the SCPL Headquarters Branch Teen Librarian to eat and discuss popular titles. Melanie Dillard acted as the DHS Library sponsor for the group/club meetings held during each lunch. • The English Class Visual Book Report projects were loaded onto our new digital frame at the desk. These act as promotional aids for recommending titles. • The Frame also runs announcements related to the next BYOB meeting date and the DHS top ten books checked out.School/Community Involvement and Support: • Cathy Nelson attended the “I am College Bound” assembly sponsored by DHS Guidance and CDF Programs. • Cathy Nelson attended the January 31 School-based Zumba session • Cathy Nelson & Melanie Dillard attended the W8 2 TXT Assembly.Major Instructional Activities/Collaborations Media Center:   4  
  5. 5. • English Department Anglo-Saxon webquests, quotations papers, Scavenge hunt orientation activity, I-Search; a few class Orientations for CP English 10 classes of students who did not have English first semester. • Exceptional Child - Book checkouts for class sustained silent reading (SSR) • Social Studies – Presidential campaigns and scrapbooking current news articles; one class (Crum) made political cartoons using Toon Doos for Major American Revolution conflicts; Anderson worked on her semi annual American Symbols project; Econ class worked on a “Purchasing a Car” project. • Science – Etymology Webquest and project • Social Studies Classes (Gov’t and Civics) are working to create a scrapbook of the presidential election candidates. Melanie Dillard worked with classes showing students how to find legitimate information through DISCUS as well as how to find up to date newspaper articles online. (Regnier, PG, Adkins) Classroom Visits: • Visual Book Reports: Cathy Nelson began a string of sessions with 10th grade classes doing sustained silent reading to give the student s some ideas for how to present their book through a visual book report. Ideas included collages and PosterMyWall.com, and time was spent modeling various components of the project including how to find appropriate images, how to cite the images used in the project, and how to layout the project. Cathy created the rubric classroom teachers will use for assessing. Cathy is pulling together the completed projects to assist students with their in class presentation. Cathy volunteered to assess parts of the projects. (Teacher for January: Donna Mayes) • Susan Eleazer’s Visual Arts Classes worked with Cathy Nelson in the classroom and library to design a graphical cover to the Designs of Principles journal they must maintain throughout the semester. The students spent the next day in the library. • Prezi: Cathy Nelson visited Katie Colwell’s English 11 Honors classes to overview the program as a presentation solution for their novel study. Students were shown tips, tricks, and ideas for using Prezi as a substitute for a PowerPoint. The students spent the next day in the library.Collection Development • Submitted and received an Ebook order through Overdrive. • Received our December/January order • Atlantis book order – 12 paperback books   5  
  6. 6. Management • Budget Updates:Current Status of Book Budget – 1222D101-9438 Requisitioned Actual Date PO# Name of Company Amount Amount Balance $31,690.00 8/5/2011 53120072-00 Atlantis Subscriptions $1,325.00 $1,328.21 $30,361.79 8/24/2011 53120106-00 Overdrive $6,000.00 $6,000.00 $24,361.79 8/23/2011 53120100-00 Teachers Discovery $218.29 $235.29 $24,126.50 8/23/2011 53120099-00 Follett $822.44 $799.40 $23,327.10 9/13/2011 53120134-00 Carolina Biological Supply $90.45 $102.82 $23,224.28 9/16/2011 53120144-00 Follett $4,849.49 $4,840.38 $18,383.90 10/31/2011 53120221-00 World Book, Inc. $1,448.00 $1,448.00 $16,935.90 11/4/2011 53120218-00 Gale $2,500.00 $2,500.00 $14,435.90 11/9/2011 53120223-00 Library Video Company $368.72 $365.84 $14,070.06 10/26/2011 53120202-00 Follett $5,774.94 $5,774.94 $8,295.12 12/7/2011 53120246-00 Follett $1,652.69 $8,295.12 1/10/2012 53120277-00 Anenberg Learner $398.00 $398.00 $7,897.12 1/23/2012 53120293-00 Overdrive $1,158.78 $1,158.78 $6,738.34 1/19/2012 53120289-00 Follett $1,495.37Periodicals and Supplies – 1222D101-9498 Name of Requisitioned Actual Date PO# Company Amount Amount Balance $9,380.00 Spartanburg Herald- 7/1/2011 53120023-00 Journal $124.80 $124.80 $9,255.20 Alini Magazine Services 8/5/2011 53120077-00 LLC $881.40 $898.12 $8,357.08 8/15/2011 53120087-00 Staples $974.15 $786.71 $7,570.37 8/16/2011 53120089-00 USA Today $178.00 $177.96 $7,392.41 8/23/2011 53120098-00 Camcor, Inc. $141.82 $140.78 $7,251.63 8/30/2011 53120115-00 Upstart $70.57 $70.57 $7,181.06 8/30/2011 53120111-00 ALA $116.99 $116.99 $7,064.07 8/23/2011 53120101-00 Destiny Express/Follett $433.48 $432.94 $6,631.13 10/21/2011 53120198-00 Staples $734.11 $576.57 $6,054.56 10/13/2011 53120187-00 CDWG $1,770.68 $1,775.90 $4,278.66 11/9/2011 53120224-00 Staples $584.95 $584.95 $3,693.71 11/14/2011 53120227-00 Staples $59.98 $71.10 $3,622.61 12/12/2011 53120256-00 Apple Inc. Education $29.00 $29.00 $3,593.61 12/7/2011 53120248-00 Staples $307.92 $321.27 $3,272.34 12/7/2011 53120245-00 Camcor, Inc. $464.24 $464.24 $2,808.10 12/14/2011 53120260-00 Staples $10.59 $21.19 $2,786.91 12/14/2011 53120261-00 Staples $199.99 $243.79 $2,543.12 1/11/2012 53120278-00 ALA $360.77 $360.77 $2,182.35 1/18/2012 53120284-00 CDWG $367.90 $369.05 $1,813.30 1/23/2012 53120292-00 Staples $165.03 $165.03 $1,648.27   6  
  7. 7. Needs: • Coin operated copier – We have asked Christy Chessire to assist us in getting a new contract for a coin-operated machine. We still have this need.Staffing: • Jolene Barron was transitioned to office personnel; Karen West worked for approximately three weeks as library clerk. Currently the position is vacant.Professional Activities • Cathy Nelson attended the South Carolina Association of School Librarians January 14, 2012 Board Meeting, 10:00AM-1:30 PM, in Columbia, SC. • Cathy Nelson attended the South Carolina Library Media Supervisor’s Section held in Columbia, SC as designee for Library Program Liaison Susan Cox January 23, 2012. • Cathy Nelson attended the District Technology Committee after school January 23, 2012. • Cathy Nelson participated in the online Classroom 2.0 Webinar featuring David Loertscher “Learning Commons 2.0: A New Look at Libraries” January 31, 2012 • The fourth DHS One Tool at a Time GBE professional development class in the series was Friday, January 27, postponed a week due to the SCLMS Supervisors Meeting. The session covered Google Reader. The class is open to any interested teacher, not just those opting to use it as a GBE. Cathy Nelson conducted this session. The class met each block in the DTV Studio.   7  

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