Northridge Media Knight Library
Mrs. Campbell, M.Ed
Ms. Anderson- Southern Utah University
Ms. Broach- Univ. of West Alabama
Semester 1 & 2
4th Per. Directed Research AP/Hon.
8th Per. Directed Research AP/Hon.
IVC Class On-Call Facilitator
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The Media Knight Library exists to provide informational and technological resources, teach literacy and digital citizenship, develop ethical research skills and promote a love of reading. The library also provides a safe, diverse and empowering environment for class instruction, studying and socializing as well as providing academic and recreational activities.
Monday -Thursday 7:15a - 3:00p
Friday 7:15a - 2:45p
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Check your due dates, fines or renew your books?
Student login: ID number and Computer PIN number
Weber State Multicultural Youth Conference
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**You must print and turn in the parent consent form to the library**
2019 NHS English Quest
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All English Quest books are available in the School Library or as an OverDrive eBook
Cozy up with a great book, enjoy a game or a Makerspace Kit!
Davis Reads 2018-2019
"Treasures in the Library"
Read Across Davis- March 1, 2019
Destiny Discover Catalog
See print books and eBooks available in the School Library.
Login to see your account, fines and renew your books.
Student login: School ID# and Pin#
Teacher login: Encore user name for both fields
Overdrive Digital Library Catalog
Downloadable eBooks and AudioBooks
Student login: Student email and pin #
Teacher login: DSD email login
*If you have a Davis County Library Card, you can connect your Public Library OverDrive & School Library OverDrive accounts.
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Sora for OverDrive!
eBooks & Audio Books, self-checkout and no fines!
Student login: Student email address and Pin#
Faculty login: Encore username and password
* Sora is also available as a desktop Microsoft 365 App. Just add it to your Microsoft App Menu and it will automatically take you to the Davis District OverDrive Digital Library!
* Link Sora to the Davis County Public Library System
Destiny Discover for the Media Knight Library!
See what's available in the school library, make wish lists, see your fines, place holds!
Student login: Student username only and Pin#
Faculty login: Encore username and password
Libby for OverDrive (Public Library)!
eBooks & Audiobooks from the Davis County Public Library System
You'll need a public library card number to login
Student Plagiarism Checklist
Northridge High School
Plagiarism- The practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own.
Refer to this checklist to make sure that you do not plagiarize. Before you hand in your project, read each item and double check to make sure you have followed the guideline. Once you have completed the checklist, sign the statement at the bottom, and hand in this checklist with your project.
HAVE YOU. . . Circle Answer
1) . . . correctly paraphrased/summarized and included accurate citations to indicate the
information you have taken from another person’s work?
• Used your own words? • Used only words you understand?
2) . . . used a FEW direct quotations and cite the source?
• Carefully selected the quotes to make important points?
• Used quotation marks or block quotations to indicate direct quotations?
• Did you explain why you are including the quotation?
3) . . . included a reference for every image, diagram, or figure that you are
borrowing from another source, even if you modified it?
4) . . . included a reference list of all the works that you have cited?
• followed the appropriate citation format for this project? (MLA, APA, etc...)
• included a Works Cited/Bibliography page?
5) . . . saved copies of the original sources that you have referenced?
(digital articles, bookmarked webpages, print resources etc…)
• This is to prevent you from including information without a citation or
information that has the wrong reference source.
6) . . . saved copy(s) of your rough draft(s) to your OneDrive English homework folder?
7) . . . avoided copying and pasting text from another source (other than direct quotes
that you have correctly cited)?
• Copying & pasting text without citing it or substituting a few words is PLAGIARISM!
• This is academic misconduct and punishable by loss of points, credit, or a citizenship “U”.
8) . . . avoided using another student’s work or submitted someone else’s work as your own?
• Copying someone else’s work is PLAGIARISM and has serious consequences.
• Allowing someone else to copy your work is COLLUSION.
9) . . . avoided copying a previous assignment, or parts of a previous assignment to submit for this current assignment?
• This is called SELF-PLAGIARISM! ("recycling" your own work, but representing it as new work, is plagiarizing yourself, because it is not a new creation for the current assignment, and it is dishonest, unless authorized by your instructor.)
Created by the Davis Teacher Librarian Association from open source resources. For educational use only.
This plagiarism checklist is a modified version of a document found at: https://academicintegrity.curtin.edu.au/local/docs/StudentChecklist.pdf.
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Browse print, audio, Ebooks and other resources from all Davis County public libraries. A public library card number is needed to access your account. * Add your District OverDrive Library to your Public Library Account!
YALSA (Young Adult Library Services Association) Teen Book Finder!
Round Table Readers Book Club
- Policies and Guidelines
- Library Standards
- Copyright , Fair Use & Creative Commons Resources
- Library Survey
Revised August 2018
Section A: Mission, Hours, Library Conduct
Section B: Circulation, Makerspace Kits, Overdue & Lost/Damaged Materials
Section C: Library Reservations, Tutorial, Library Instruction
Section D: Book Recommendations, Collection Development, Inventory/Weeding, Social Media, Clubs
The mission of the Media Knight Library is to provide informational and technological resources, teach media-digital literacy, research skills and to promote a love of reading. We also provide a safe environment for class instruction, studying and socializing as well as providing academic and recreational activities.
Monday -Thursday 7:15a – 3:00p and Friday 7:15a - 2:45p
(Hours are subject to change without notice.)
• Open during late start, lunch, tutorial (limited to computer lab only).
• Hours are subject to change without notice.
• A valid teacher pass is required during class time and a library tutorial pass is required during tutorial.
• Students on Home Release should not be on campus and will not be allowed to just “hang-out” in the library unless given special permission by an administrator or school counselor.
LIBRARY PATRON EXPECTATIONS
The Media Knight Library is for everyone! Therefore, we all contribute to its success! Please respect the library and its materials.
• Theft or damage of materials will be referred to the school administration and a replacement cost will be added to your student account.
• It is not a “silent” place but a “quiet” place, use appropriate voice levels.
• Respect other patrons and their right to study in a quiet and safe environment.
• No food or beverages are allowed. Please push in your chair when you leave.
• Inappropriate or offensive language will not be tolerated. You will be asked to leave.
• Students have signed the Technology Acceptable Use Agreement. Any unethical or other violations including physically damaging or altering computer equipment or software will result in revoking your computer rights and referral to the school’s administration. All computers are monitored using district approved monitoring software.
All members of the school community may search the online library catalogs on the school library or district webpage or through the mobile apps.
Destiny Catalog- NHS Books and eBooks
*Student login: student username & PIN#
*Faculty login: Encore username & password.
OverDrive- eBooks and Audio Books.
*Student login: student email and PIN#.
*Faculty login: Encore user name & password
A Student ID number is required for checkouts at the circulation desk.
• 5 print books may be checked out for 21 days
• Reference materials are for in-library use.
• Books may be renewed one time if there are no holds.
• Holds may be placed via the online Destiny Library Catalog and will expire in 3 school days.
• You will be notified of your available holds via your student e-mail account.
• Patrons may checkout materials only for themselves.
A Student ID Card, Driver’s License or Cell Phone is required to be kept at the circulation desk in order to check out Makerspace kits or materials.
• A late fine of 25¢/day will accrue up to a maximum fine of $5.00 (20 days overdue).
• Students may not check-out books if they have a library fine or lost book fine. An exception will be made for books required for English or other classes to be read as part of a class set.
• Overdue notices will be emailed to the student, parent/guardian (weekly), and English Teacher if they are taking an English class.
• Payment may be made through myDSD or in the main office.
• Extended due dates can be arranged for extenuating circumstances. Please let Mrs. Campbell know in a timely manner.
LOST & DAMAGED MATERIALS
• Books are marked lost when fines reach $5.00.
• Any damage that results in not being able to use a book or item (including Makerspace kits or library equipment) will be assessed a replacement cost.
• A replacement price + processing fee will be added to the student’s myDSD account.
• Payment may be made through myDSD or in the main office.
• If you your lost book is returned within 90 days, and you have paid your lost fine, you will be refunded. You will still be responsible for the $5.00 late fine.
• After 90 days, no refunds will be given.
LIBRARY RESERVATIONS (COMPUTER LAB, CONFERENCE ROOM, MAIN LIBRARY, GREEN SCREEN ROOM)
All reservations are made through the teacher librarian who will record the reservation on the school wide library calendar or via a library request form found on the library webpage. Teachers have first preference for their classes during the school day. Other school or district organizations, committees, clubs or groups may make reservations when needed.
• Please no food or beverages in the library. Exceptions are made for activities in the library conference room.
• You are responsible for cleanup and leaving reserved library area as you found it.
Students are required to attend a class on their schedule for tutorial (10:20 am-10:50 am M, W, F). You must obtain a written Library Tutorial Pass from any of your teachers prior to tutorial to be in the library and you must have a valid reason (homework, taking a test, printing etc.).
The librarian is a licensed secondary educator and therefore:
• Instructs selected classes in the library or is assigned classes, and Teacher Assistants (TA’s) or University Library Media Interns for the school year.
• Hosts reserved library spaces for other classes.
• Hosts community or district guests for trainings or activities.
• Assists other teachers in their classrooms.
• Technology training on Canvas basics, Microsoft 365 & OneDrive, Google Tools, Hyperdocs, QR Codes, Augmented Reality, various educational technology tools and curriculum integration of these tools.
Library Orientation Research Breakout EDU Kits
Utah’s Online Library Digital Citizenship Book Talks
Copyright Digital Literacy Genres How to pick a book you'll like
Citations Censorship/Banned Books Dewey Classifications Fake News
• Scheduling of the Library, Library Computer Lab, Library Conference Room and Green Screen Room by calling the main library number at 801-402-8588 or filling out a library request form on the library webpage.
• Collaboration for special guest speakers (U make-up)
• Student rental/check-out of TI-83 Math Calculators and 10 Chromebooks.
• Acquisition of recommended reading/digital materials necessary for your content area (based on longevity of use, budget availability and items remain a part of the library collection).
• Advising of the Roundtable Readers and Multicultural Clubs
• Test Proctoring
• Media Cart delivered to classrooms
• Printing: 5 free pages per assignment
A school level Library Advisory Board is in place in the event of a challenge to materials. The library advisory board will consist of an administrator, teacher, student (s), librarian, community council and PTA member and a certified staff member.
All challenges to materials will be first addressed at the school level and if needed at the District Level per the Davis District Reconsideration Policies.
The use of all information will be in accordance with copyright law and fall within acceptable educational fair use guidelines. Academic integrity requires that proper credit be given to authors and creators of original works. This includes teacher websites, instructional materials, student assignments and the use of online images.
Copyright Free Resources:
UEN Open Educational Resources
Donated materials are appreciated and accepted if they contribute to the overall purpose of the library program.
• Materials will be considered according to School District Acquisition policy.
• Monetary Donations can be made through the office.
Requests for purchase of recommended fiction and non-fiction materials are welcome from patrons and may be made by filling out a request form under the Catalog tab of the Library website. Request will be considered according to budget constraints and our acquisition policy.
The selection of library materials will be accomplished with the primary goal of supporting curriculum and a secondary goal of encouraging independent reading. Priority will be given to subject teachers assign as part of collaborative instruction.
The following considerations will be considered:
- Does the item support the curriculum?
- Does the item fulfill teacher & student needs?
- Does the item support technology goals? Is it available in digital form?
- Is the item relevant and current?
- Does the item encourage reading for pleasure and fit with student interest?
Periodic evaluation of materials will be conducted in order maintain an up-to-date and well-balanced collection.
• The professional staff alone is responsible for routine addition or removal of individual items.
• Inventory will take place once a year or as necessary. If an item is missing for more than a school year it is deleted and/or replaced.
• Weeded materials will be handled according to School District Policy.
The library has a public Facebook Page and a Public Instagram Page. All photos that include likenesses of students do not identify the student by name in accordance with Davis District Policies. Students are asked to give verbal consent to be photographed or asked if they have not signed a school photography waiver. All photographs are taken promote the best interest of the library, its patrons and programming in fostering a positive online library presence that promotes reading and literacy.
The library is a place where academic and non-curricular clubs may meet. Please see the Reserve the Library section in this document. The teacher librarian facilitates the following clubs in accordance with the Davis District Club guidelines.
Roundtable Readers Book Club
NHS Multicultural Club
The Library Media DESK focuses and prioritizes the reading and information literacy skills that students need to know and be able to use to help them read and research effectively in all subjects and with a variety of technologies.
20k Items in our collection 55% Fiction/45% Nonfiction 12.1 Items per student