Presentation on theme: "Students may check out up to 2 books for 2 weeks Students may check out only 1 Audio or CD Book Students may check out only 1 New Book Students may renew."— Presentation transcript:
Students may check out up to 2 books for 2 weeks Students may check out only 1 Audio or CD Book Students may check out only 1 New Book Students may renew books twice Students are responsible for all books in their name Students with overdue books may not check out more books
Late books will go on the clipboard as an LA for each book If a book is 2 weeks over due you will go to the office and loose your library privilege until the book is returned or paid for replacement If you are in the office when an assignments given, it will be graded as an “F” because you were not here with your class Assignments are expected to be completed on time – Grades are given by your classroom teacher and used as an English grade If you have lost or damaged a book it is your responsibility to pay for its’ replacement, the average cost of a book is $ Students are expected to be responsible, respectful and helpful while in the library
1. Go to School Home Page or Mrs. T”s Page 2. Click on Library Search, then Camelot Library 3. You have 5 ways to search for a book: Key word Title Author Subject Series
4. Type in what you know (spelling must be correct) 5. Click on Icon: keyword, title, author, subject, 6. Now you should have the book selection in view 7. Look at the Call Number – that is the location 8. Look at the picture – that is what the cover looks like 9. Look at available – that lets you know how many books are on the shelf 10. Write down the Call Number and find your book
Catalogue Page OPAC
Please put books back where they belong if you are not going to check them out…… do not just lay them down some place or shove them on top of the rest of the books. If you are not sure where it goes, put the book on my desk and I will put it away later.
Where are the books ? Fiction books (books that are not true) are found on the tall shelves touching against the walls. These books are arranged alphabetical by the author’s last name. Such as Wil for Wilder Nonfiction books (books that are factual) are on the short shelves away from the the walls on the carpet. These books are arranged by subject using the Dewey Decimal System. Such as 921 for Biography All books have their own home. Use the OPAC to find them correctly.