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Memorial Library Year in Review 2017 - 2018

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MemoriaMiddle
 School
2017 - 2018 End of Year Report
Year in Review
Memorial Middle School Library continues to strive to meet the diverse needs of learners.  

The genrefication project for fiction was completed in August, and students benefited from a more browsable fiction collection. 

There was increased use of our green screen room, as well as the physical library space for small group work. 

All students received instruction in Digital Literacy this year. Memorial earned it's Common Sense Media Digital Citizenship School Certification for the 4th year in a row! 
Memorial Middle School Library had a fantastic year! 
This year the library program has been working on developing resources on 21st Century Skills for teachers, strengthening our Digital Literacy program, and expanding our library collection to include diverse book titles.
Popular titles were The Best Man and The Lone City Series: Book 3.
Memorial became a Digital Citizenship Certified School for the 4th year in a row! 
3,283
Print Books Checked Out 
1,705
OverDrive
Books Checked Out
Common Sense Media Certification
Memorial Library Snapshots
Since 2015 our graphic novel collection has quadrupled.
New LibGuides on Globalization, Species Extinction, and the Civil War were made this year.
Cidney presented at ACTEM and at Reading Roundup this year.
Graphic Novel Collection has quadrupled!
New 
LibGuides
PD 
Offered
Some popular titles were Wonder and Smile.
Goals for 
2018 - 2019
By focusing on three goals next year, the library will be able to dive deeply into providing meaningful services to students and staff.
21st Century Skills
LibGuides
The library will provide resources to teachers and integrate teaching 21st Century Skills into curriculum.
Increase Reading Schoolwide
The library will work to increase student reading through book talks, incentive programs, and professional development.
Personalized Learning Center
The library will be moving towards a personalized learning center model with a focus on providing technology and space for students to extend their hands-on classroom learning.