Mastery Objective: To: Answer questions on the worksheet about the media center policies and resources in order to perform basic tasks and searches in the media center such as: • check out a book • locate fiction and non-fiction books • locate reference books • locate the media center web page • locate research databases on the media center web page. • Save to your h-drives.
Welcome Chiefs Cherokee High School North & South Media Centers
Things to do in the library: 1. Read a book, magazine or the newspaper in paper or Internet format. 2. Do your homework. 3. Do research for assigned projects. 4. Work on PowerPoint and Excel Projects. 5. Use the Internet for school work. 6. Use Microsoft Word to type assignments. 3. Do research for assigned projects. 4. Work on PowerPoint and Excel Projects.
North Library is open Mon. and Wed. until 3:50 p.m. South Library is open Tues. andThurs. until 3:50 p.m. Regular Library Hours are: 7:20 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. in both libraries. General Library Information However, the After School Hours are as follows:
General Library Information When may Freshmen go to the North Media Center? Freshmen may go to the North Media Center after school on Mondays and Wednesdays and during the school day with permission
General Library Information You will ALWAYS need your ID to check out items! All computers have --- USB flash drive ports. The school store sells flash drives for $10.00. The media center will have some available for $10 also. Photocopies are 10 ¢ a copy.
General Library Information There should NEVER be: Food / Candy / Drinks / ipods / mp3 players OR Cell Phones in the Library!
General Library Information Make an attempt to stay on task in the library. Respect others at all times. Don’t talk loudly to anyone in the library.
Mr. Parker, Assistant Principal & Media Center Supervisor Ms. Mayher, Media Center Coordinator Mrs. Dennis, South Mrs. Bakanas, North & South Mrs. Martinez, North Ms. Vanartsdalen, South Mrs. Miller, North
Using Books in the Library Tall Bookcases = General Collection May be checked out for 2 weeks with your ID card.
Using Books in the Library Low Bookcases = Reference Collection May be checked out overnight with your ID card. Encyclopedias
What do you think is acceptable use of the school’s computers? Acceptable Use Agreement for Internet: The AUA states the purposes and rules that You must follow when using the Internet.
The Lenape Regional High School District AUA Card Everyone must read, agree to follow the rules, and sign the AUA policy agreement before ever using the network and Internet .
Sign the AUA Your signature means that you will abide by the rules in the AUA policy.
The AUA is displayed on the computer before you log on. When you click OK , you are agreeing to abide by the AUA.
Use Social E-Mail, Chat Rooms, or MySpace Display, send, or print obscene/ pornographic messages or pictures! Things not to do on the computers
Play and/or Download Games Violations of AUA could result in: disciplinary referral. Things not to do on the computers
Internet Safety REMEMBER: ° Nothing you type is private; therefore NEVER give out any personal information on the Web. ° People you meet online are not always who they seem to be. ° It is best not to respond to email from anyone that you don’t know. ° Never arrange a face-to-face meeting with someone you meet in a chatroom. ° If you receive threatening information , tell your parents, teacher, or guidance counselor. For more tips, click on the Internet Safety link to the left under Departments on the media center web page.
Logging on / Password USERNAME Your student number is your USERNAME and it will never change – so you need to REMEMBER it for all 4 years you are at Cherokee. PASSWORD Your PASSWORD is PRIVATE and should not be shared with any of your friends! ** If you share your password with someone, you are giving that person permission to go onto your personal h-drive. He/she could tamper with your work or even delete your work.
Computer Programs that will help with your schoolwork * Research Databases / eBooks * Internet * Cherokee Book and Audiovisual Catalog * Computer Applications
To bring up the computer menu, click on: Start and Programs
Select Your Program from the Start Menu INTERNET EXPLORER TO GET TO SCHOOL’S PAGE
Cherokee High School Web Page To access the media center page, click on Departments:
Using the Research Databases and E-books at school and at home • Passwords are needed to use the databases at home and often at school. • Pick up a bookmark with passwords in the media center or look in your 2011-2012 Student Handbook for passwords to the databases on page 40 !
Applications Microsoft Office 2007 Start ... If you do not have Microsoft Office 2007 at home, save your Microsoft Office documents from school as Microsoft Office Word 97-2003 or Rich Text Format –to ensure they will open at home . If you use WORKS at home, you must save your documents as a Rich Text Format (RTF) so that it will open properly at school.
Saving Information Always Save by clicking on File then SAVE AS ! Never use the disk icon Never save to the C Drive
Saving Information Save as to your H or Removable Disk Drive H - drive Flash drive H-drive
Printing There is no printing available in the Media Center from any of the printers on the media center floor. Save work to your flash drive to print at home or email it to yourself .
LOG INTO YOUR EMAIL WITH YOUR STUDENT NUMBER AND SCHOOL PASSWORD
Logging Off Before logging off, SAVE ALL WORK ! Then close all open programs You may now log off the computer ALWAYS use the log off option NEVER use Shut Down or Restart the computer! If you don’t log off, someone could destroy your work!
Cherokee Chiefs Have a Great Year! As librarians-teachers , we are here to help you! Please, come see us for any reason!