In order to maintain inventory control and to provide a more productive learning environment for our students, the following procedures should be observed:
NO FOOD, DRINKS OR GUM IN THE MEDIA CENTER.
Return books to circulation desk.
Absolutely no talking in the "Quiet Zone".
Do not re-shelve books:place books in designated areas so that Media Center personnel may re-shelve them.
Do not exit using the back door.
After using the Media Center, students should leave the center looking neat and ready for the next class.
Fiction books are arranged alphabetically by the
author's last name.
Fiction sections are separated by types of stories
(i.e. romance, mystery, etc.)
Story types are identified by color coded tabs
Paperbacks are located on racks, arranged by type
Non-fiction books are numbered sequentially.
Similar books are shelved together.
A description of what the organization numbers represent is available from Media Center personnel, upon request.
A variety of magazines and newspapers are available for your use.
You must complete a magazine slip for the more popular magazines.
Previous issues may be borrowed by completing a magazine slip.
Magazines may be checked out on a limited basis.
The Media Center computers are available to students and staff for academic purposes.
Internet access allows you to explore and locate a variety of subjects
Library computers share a limited amount of printers and scanners. Please be considerate of others.
Individual computer use may be limited due to high demand.
Students using computers inappropriately may lose computer use privileges.
In order to maintain the proper library environment, one must be respectful of the needs of others to concentrate and focus on desired information/task. Students that disrupt this learning environment may be removed from the Media Center.