2016-17 Annual Report OHS/OMS Library

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2016-2017 Annual Report Orono Middle and High School Library
by Emily Jackson Sanborn
creating a welcoming environment where students can find and work with information and ideas that support the curriculum, information literacy, and lifelong learning
Total Checkouts
New Books Added to Collection
Students Visits Per Day
Books in the Collection
Classes Taught
By the Numbers
Highlights 2016-2017
started coding program for middle schoolers, over 23 students enrolled
started 3d printing program with over 55 kids 3d printing
overhauled library website, added 14 new pages
restarted Geek Squad with C. Boyd
created the Pop-Up Library, visiting middle school lunch with a portable library and checked books out to kids
created over 20 research guides aimed at specific projects for teachers' classes
shifted over 1000 books to make space for the new technology room
supervised 19 student volunteers who logged 130 community service hours
gave a webinar to teachers across the state on Maine's online research resources
served as Maine Apple Refresh Teacher Leader for high school
Daily Life of a Librarian
chat with students, check-in with at-risk students on homework and life
help with homework and projects
check-in and out materials
run 3d printers and supervise student modeling and printing
teach research workshops for classes
conduct research consultations with individual students
create research guides for class projects
welcome outside presentations, club meetings, lunch overflow
host classes for instruction, collaboration, and book-finding
order and process new books
monitor students' use of library space
book recommendations and book displays
weed outdated materials
give out and take in laptops daily
teach middle school advisory coding and 3d design class
Fake News
Copyright and Fair Use
Online Privacy
Note Taking, Citation Management
Image Use
Summer Reading
93 class sessions taught
Digital Literacy Topics Covered
Project-Specific Research
Goals Met
Learn the new catalog and purchasing system
Perform a complete inventory
Start 3d printing and coding programs
Visit nearby libraries and connect with other librarians throughout the state
Make strong connections with students
Collaborate with teachers on digital literacy and research lessons
Move teen fiction from back stacks to front room
2017-2018  Goals
Run Maine State Book Award club for middle school students
Work with middle school teachers to increase student visits
Work to increase participation in Geek Squad
Weed fiction and nonfiction and work to update the collection
Work with teachers to integrate MLTI technology into instruction
Develop and teach high school 3d modeling and design class