Library Media Minute
Library use by the numbers
January circulation9th graders checked out 34 books
10th graders checked out 33 books
11th graders checked out 87 books
12th graders checked out 80 books
Staff checked out 63 books
23 books were loaned through ILL
The library website was access by students and staff 450 times through the month.
1. The Digies is now accepting student submissions for its annual digital media festival.The Digies is an awards event that celebrates student work that is being done in the digital and fine arts. The festival has four categories for submission: Audio, Images, Publications and Video with each category being broken up into grade ranges. Submissions are uploaded to the Digies website (www.digies.org) by librarians and teachers from participating schools and later judged by a panel of national experts in education and the digital media arts. At the end, we have a very nice celebration and awards ceremony where attendees can view all of the current year's submissions before the winners receive their awards.
Noodle Tools for Teachers and Librarians March 11 (3:45-4:45). Learn how to use Noodle Tools with your students to streamline and digitize the research process.
Resources for AP and IB Courses
Have students create videos using iMovie to demonstrate learning.
Creating a multimedia project? Use soundzabound for royalty free music.
Voice Recorder Pro
When students need to create audio recordings use the free app Voice Recorder Pro.