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Welcome to the BGHS Library Media Center. Library Orientation. Your BGHS Library Staff:. Mrs. Brittany Butler-Librarian Graduate of BGHS and WKU! @bg_gentlereader Gentlereader75 on Goodreads. Library Media Center Rules:. No food or drink in the library (bottled water is okay)

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Welcome to the BGHS Library Media Center

Library Orientation


Your BGHS Library Staff:

Mrs. Brittany Butler-Librarian

Graduate of BGHS and WKU!

@bg_gentlereader

Gentlereader75 on Goodreads


Library Media Center Rules:

  • No food or drink in the library (bottled water is okay)

  • Do not sit on tables or backs of chairs

  • Do not put your feet on the tables

  • Be courteous to those around you

  • Speak quietly

  • If you need help with something, ask


Library Media Center Rules:

  • When finished with your work, put the chairs back where you found them and clean up your work area

  • When entering the library, you must sign in at the counter (unless you are with your class)


Computer Rules:

  • Do not share your password and do not log in as anyone else on any computer

  • No food or drink (including water) around the computers

  • When printing, make sure you only print what you need

  • Whenever possible, cut and paste the information you need into the Microsoft Word program in order to cut down on ink and paper


Checkout Policies:

  • Library hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.

  • Books are checked out for 2 weeks at a time

  • If a book is not returned or renewed on time, it is considered overdue

  • You must return overdue books before checking out additional titles

  • Overdue books stay “on record” each year until they are returned or paid for

  • You must pay for all lost books in order to graduate


Checkout Policies:

  • Magazines may be checked out overnight

  • Reference books may not be checked out


Checkout Policies:

  • Return your books to the book drop at the circulation desk

  • If books are returned damaged or with barcodes missing or damaged, the student is responsible for the cost


10

How long may you borrow a book?

  • 1 day

  • 1 week

  • 2 weeks

  • 3 weeks


10

Encyclopedias may be checked out overnight.

  • True

  • False


10

Which of the following is NOT a library rule?

  • No food or drinks

  • Bring a note or hall pass

  • Speak quietly

  • Stick unwanted books on shelf


10

You must pay for lost books before graduation.

  • True

  • False


10

Which of the following is NOT a computer rule?

  • Don’t share your password

  • No food or drinks around computer

  • Print 5 copies of everything

  • Copy and paste to save paper


Finding Books in the Media Center:

Books are divided into categories

F stands for Fiction

B or 92 stands for Biography

REF stands for Reference

Dewey #s stand for Nonfiction

Underneath any of these, you will find the

first three letters of the author’s last name

(which makes up the call number for the book)


The Fellowship of the

Ring by J.R.R. Tolkein

F

TOL

(fiction book)

Ballet and Modern Dance

by Jack Anderson

792.8

AND

Example Call Numbers:


10

If Mrs. Butler wrote a fiction book, what would the call number look like?

  • B But

  • F But

    (nonfiction book)


Using Destiny Quest (OPAC):

  • OPAC is the Online Public Access Catalog

  • It is a database of all the materials that we have here in the library

  • You can search by title, author, subject or keyword to find your materials

  • It will tell you whether or not the book is checked out, how many copies we have of the book, a summary, and the book’s call number.


OPAC


Check out the library website!

  • BGHS Library Website

New this year!

Check out my website for an ebooks how-to. Read library ebooks on your iPad, smart phone, or computer!


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