Presentation on theme: "SCHOOL VISION STATEMENT & INDUS LIBRARY MISSION STATEMENT To create global citizens and leaders to tomorrow, through traditional values of Love, Empathy,"— Presentation transcript:
SCHOOL VISION STATEMENT & INDUS LIBRARY MISSION STATEMENT To create global citizens and leaders to tomorrow, through traditional values of Love, Empathy, Discipline and Respect-21 st century citizens who think globally and act locally. The Library at Indus Bangalore is privileged to support the Schools march towards its vision To be the Eagles of new ideas and innovators in all the fields. It strives to connect outstanding faculty and brilliant students to the knowledge and state of the art of their disciplines, and thereby strengthens the aspirations and expectations of the research and teaching at IIS. To provide a welcoming environment which will inspire students to acquire new skills so that they can participate more actively in the compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right.
Our School library conceives the school to be a center of inquiry where students continually engage in the search for new knowledge and aims to assist schools in their endeavors to develop the individual talents of young people and teach them to relate the experience of the classroom to the realities of the outside world. Philosophy Statement of Library & Information Center
Jr. Library SUBJECTNO.OF BOOKS Reference – (Encyclopedias, Dictionary) and series not issued to children 562 Education & Social-Studies389 English922 Literature151 Hindi678 French48 Spanish166 German24 History & Biography412 Science656 Math852 Computer Studies85 Generalities65 Quiz & Puzzles89 Religion95 Sports46 Art295 Fiction5622 Novel-Study1078 UOI1685 Reading Room2428 TOTAL NO. OF BOOKS 16348 Library Collections
Library Collections cont MAGAZINES Auto CarNewsweek Business EconomyNational Geographic Biological Sciences Review One India One People Competition Success Review Out look English & Hindi Chemistry ReviewPhysics Review Careers360Readers Digest ChampakSarita Hindi Down to EarthSports Star EconomistSports Illustrated English Teaching Professional The Sunday Indian FrontlineTine HealthThe Week India Today English & Hindi Teacher Plus KadambiniTInkle Magic Pot NEWSPAPERS The Hindu Times of India Indian Express Business Line Deccan Herald DNA Economic Times Patrika (Hindi)
Purchase Requisition Format for Books and Magazines Teacher Name:___________________ Department: __________ Grade: _________Date:_________ S.NoTitle of the Book AuthorISBN NoPublisherNo of Copies Books are selected by staff of the concerned departments. The list is duly signed by the H.O.Ds and sent to the library. Cost estimate are obtained from vendors. As list of approved vendors is maintained in the library. Based on cost and budget availability and after approval by the Principal, the purchase order is placed to the vendor. The delivery period is depends upon books from 1 month to 2 month.
DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION SCHEME IS USED FOR THE CLASSIFICATION AND ARRANGEMENT OF BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY
Universe of Knowledge 10 Major Clusters 10 Major Subject Groups 10 Specific Subjects (ss) 10 or more ss divisions
UNIVERSE OF KNOWLEDGE CLASSIFICATION OF KNOWLEDGE: VEDIC SYSTEM VEDIC GROUP OF SUBJECTSCORRESPONDING TO MODERN SUBJECTS DHARMALaw, Theology, Ethics and Sociology ARTHAApplied Natural Sciences, Political Science, Economics and Social Applied Sciences KAMAPure Sciences, Fine Arts and Literature MOKSHAPhilosophy, Mystic Experience
BASE NUMBERS MAJOR CLUSTERS 000 to 099 General works 100 to 199 Philosophy 200 to 299 Religion 300 to 399 Social Sciences 400 to 499 Language 500 to 599 Pure Science 600 to 699 Technology 700 to 799 Arts 800 to 899 Literature 900 to 999 History
Eg: 300 – 309 Social Sciences 310 – 319 Statistics 320 – 329 Political Science 330 – 339 Economics 340 – 349 Law 350 – 359 Public Admin. 360 – 369 Social welfare 370 – 379 Education 380 – 389 Public Services 390 – 399 Customs & folklore EACH MAJOR CLUSTER HAS 10 MORE SUBJECT GROUPS MAJOR SUBJECT GROUPS
EACH MAJOR SUBJECT HAS 10 MORE MAJOR BRANCHES Eg: 370 EDUCATION 371 SCHOOLS & THIER ACTIVITES ; SPECIAL EDUCATION 372 ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 373 SECONDARY EDUCATION 374 ADULT EDUCATION 375 CURRICULUMS 376 EDUCATION OF WOMEN 377 SCHOOLS AND RELIGION 378 HIGHER EDUCATION 379 PUBLIC POLICY ISSUES IN EDUCATION SPECIFIC SUBJECTS
SUBJECT DIVISION OF 371 371.1 TEACHER & TEACHING ACTIVITES 371.2 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION. 371.3 METHODS OF STUDY & INSTRUCTION 371.4 STUDENT GUIDANCE & COUNSELING 371.5 SCHOOL DISCIPLINE & ACTVITIES 371.6 MATERIALS MANAGEMENT 371.7 STUDENT WELFARE 371.8 STUDENTS 371.9 SPECIAL EDUCATION
SUBJECT SUB DIVISION OF 371 4 EACH SPECIFIC SUBJECT MAY HAVE FURTHER DECIMAL DIVISIONS 4371.1 First 10 divisions of 371 4371.32 TO 371.39 Second 100 (Eg. Use of textbooks) 4355.333 TO 355.399 Third 1000 4WHEN FIRST THREE LETTERS OF THE AUTHOR IS ADDED EG: 371.399/TIL (use of drama) IT BECOMES A CALL NUMBER
SUMMARY IN A NUTSHELL 1000 BASE NUMBERS ARE ORGANISED AS 10 MAJOR CLUSTERS & 10 MAJOR GROUPS
UNIVERSALLY èDEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM IS UNIVERSALLY FOLLOWED (Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme devised by Melvil Dewey in 1851-1931) èTHIS IS USED IN LARGE NUMBER OF LIBRARIES IN UK AND USA ALSO. REVERSE èPUBLISHER GIVES THIS DATA ON THE REVERSE OF THE TITLE PAGE UNIQUE èACCESSION NO. IS A UNIQUE SERIAL NO TO EACH BOOK
The Fiction books come under the Main Class of 800 with sub divisions of 813 and 823 and arranged alphabetical order of first 3 letters of Authors surname (e.g.) Sidney Sheldon books arranged as 823/SHE & Agatha Christie books 823/CHR. Books (Fiction)
CIRCULATION GradesBooksDays Prep I and II1+17 (can be extended for one more week) PYP2 Fiction/Non- Fiction +Novel- study+1 Language 7 (can be extended for one more week) As per teacher recommendation MYP37 (can be extended for one more week) IGCSE & DP52 Weeks Teachers201 Month Class Library:1002 Months Audio Visual:52 Weeks
ESSENTIAL AGREEMENTS IN THE LIBRARY Our Library is our Learning Resource Centre 1.All students from Prep I-Grade XII are eligible to access the library soon after their admission into the school. 2.Even though Middle school and DP students do not have Library classes they can issue books. They need to get Permission slips duly signed by their respective coordinators when they visit the library. 3.The Library should be used for reading and research and not as a Meeting place. 4.Personal books/belongings/bags need to be kept at the Baggage counter near the entrance of the library. 5. Library users are expected to return or renew books within the Due Date. 6.Pls dont keep the books for long time as others also need to use the same. 7.Please respect that Library is a quiet area. 8.Teach students about Library Usage and Importance.
In the functions of the Information Resource Center the Teacher Librarian plays a major role in IB Curriculum in the form of Information Literacy Specialist and Manager of Information Resources and Services through the following main functions given in brief:- The main role of Teacher librarian is to collaborate with classroom teachers to create independent learners by fostering students' research, information literacy, technology, communication, and critical thinking skills The following activities are done by Teacher Librarian:- ROLE OF TEACHER LIBRARIAN Research Skills Citation & Referencing Dictionary skills Inquiry with Encyclopedia Search Techniques Article guidance for EE & PBL Selection of Articles from Books, Magazine, Internet Selection of Books & Magazines Research guidance for EE Guidance for EE Psychology Author Visit Book Fairs & Book Club Library Activities for IICS Library Activities on POI Overall Library Management
ROLE OF ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN 1.Provides full range of Circulation Services of Books & Text Books 2.Information and Reference Services to Members of Staff and Students 3.Assisting Teacher Librarian on Overall Library Management and Library Activities 4.Help conduct periodic inventories of book collection and materials 5.Library Database Management 6.Enquires and Record keeping 7.Stock and Budget maintenance of Books, Periodicals etc
Providing the right information at the right time; Promotion & Teaching about Library search strategies-from earliest years to year 12; Teaching Information Literacy and Research Skills; Helping in Selection of Topics for EE; Guidance in EE/TOK ROLE OF LIBRARY & LIBRARIAN ON INFORMATION LITERACY
Our Short Term GOALS 1.Open Access Library Catalogue 2.Open Access Article Database. 3.Newspaper Clippings etc
LEARNING CENTRE SPEARHEADS TOWARDS GROWTH For further details: H.S.M.Premson Teacher Librarian Saleth.firstname.lastname@example.org Library Extn: 922; Mob:8123617596