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Hooch Learning Studio Midyear Report 2015

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Hooch Learning Studio

Fall 2015 Semester Report

Information Literacy Instruction

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Research Databases

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Search Term Mapping

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Search Strategies

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Citation w/ EasyBib

Fall 2015:  Other Instructional Highlights

Other information literacy instruction: finding scholarly peer reviewed articles, evaluating information in all formats (CRAAP test), search filters/expanders, and copyright friendly multimedia.

Inquiry driven literacy learning experiences using the Harvey Daniels written conversation strategies.

Assisted teachers with formative assessment of student research projects.

Created tutorial videos for virtual instruction and after hours help; videos embedded in instructional LibGuides pages.

We have enjoyed our partnerships for learning with teachers in English, Social Studies, Art, Career Tech, and Science courses this fall!  Check out our project and research guides at LibGuides by clicking on the chart above.

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We are on track to double the database usage from the previous academic year.

BY THE NUMBERS:  DATA OF INTEREST

Reasons Students Use the Media Center

Book Checkouts, Fall 2015

BY THE NUMBERS:  DATA OF INTEREST

Created a strong informational web presence with a new library website hosted at Wordpress.

Created a robust online instructional platform to support projects with LibGuides.

Purchased and implemented LibraryTrac for student visitor tracking and data driven decisions.

Fall 2015

MILESTONES

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Facilitated our faculty and students in our work to become a Common Sense Media Digital Citizenship Certified School 2015-2016.

Winterfest 2015

A weeklong event during lunches to help students destress, including yoga, art, a therapy dog, and gaming.

Winterfest:

STRESS LESS

Media Center Redesign Planning  for 2016-2017:  First Steps

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Ms. Hamilton and Ms. Olson completed the task of weeding nonfiction and biography books using the CREW method to assess print materials no longer relevant to the collection based on content, copyright condition, circulation history, and/or currency.  

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Mr. Corrigan and Ms. Hamilton attended meetings with district personnel, architects, and other district media specialists and administrators to discuss initial planning.

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Students were given the opportunity to give input on ideas for space redesign, furniture, and zones for library use.  

Media Center Staff 2015-16