To begin: a) grab cinnamon buns and refreshments
b) exchange RAD booklets for red cards (if applicable)
c) deposit book swap items upstairs, peek, but don’t take yet!
d) choose one new book for your library from the table and keep it at hand
e) register your attendance
f) Get comfy at a computer (no beverages close by please)
Navigate to Destiny: library.gssd.ca
Open second tab to : blogs.gssd.ca
10:00 Session 1: RDA Cataloguing Review
11:00 Session 2: Destiny Library Management and Collection Development
12:00 Lunch and Book Swap
1:00 Session 3: eBooks and mobile devices: the fun begins!
2:00 Session 4: The New Nonfiction, results of a Regina Public Library initiative What are the implications for school libraries?
Session 1: RDA Cataloguing Review
Catalogue your new book for your school according to the RDA rules.
Updated instructions on the wiki: http://gssdlibraries.wikispaces.com/
P A R T N E R S:
Betty K and Sharon B and Merle W
Jennifer B and Katrina W
Bev H and Sandra T
Cindy B and Annette S
Jodi H and Rhonda T and Betty S
Shelley M and Gloria L and Veronica S
Shelley T and Sheila B
Rhonda V and Cathy L
Marie G and Kathryn B
Barb T and Naomi B and Kathy B
Peggy and Charlotte — floaters and question answerers
Session 2: Destiny Library Management and Collection Development
Lost books from other sites
Suggested Follett improvements
Magazine subscription recommendations
Levelled book lists and Titlewave GSSD Literacy Blog
Collection Statistics Summary Report and Titlewise
Follett server maintenance and next Follett update Destiny 11.5
YRH paperback racks
Treaty kit resources
Session 3: eBooks and mobile devices: the fun begins!
GSSD Libraries Wiki: http://gssdlibraries.wikispaces.com/eBooks
GSSD Student Services iPad Support: http://blogs.gssd.ca/ipad/2013/06/27/1849/
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Session 4: The New Nonfiction, results of a Regina Public Library initiative What are the implications for school libraries?