Bodies in the LibraryThe Body in the Library is a famous murder story by Agatha Christie. Thankfully, while our library is full of bodies, they are very much alive :-)
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CILIPS have produced a Manifesto for Libraries, highlighting “the incredible return on investment and impact on key policy areas that libraries offer”, covering public libraries, school libraries, digital skills and a national reading strategy.
Looking into old photographs I discovered the following. Could this be a rare sighting of the OLHS Library Ghost? Or just the Photography Club playing with the cameras?
1st year pupils are learning how to use the LRC catalogue, Access-IT. This software doesn’t just list the LRC’s contents; it allows pupils to search precisely, check what they’ve borrowed and when it’s due back, read reviews and add their … Continue reading
1st year pupils have been learning a bit more about the Dewey Decimal System, courtesy of Melvil Dewey (the hip hop artist, not the 19th century librarian). Classes watched the Dewey Rap and once they’d stopped giggling, used the lyrics … Continue reading
Visits to the Library Resource Centre start this week for S1, and the important thing is to get them understanding what this place is about. So, they’ve got a challenge: five minutes to write down everything they can see in … Continue reading
From Heather Collins, Children’s Programme Coordinator, Scottish Book Trust I’m hoping you can help me! I am looking for secondary school book groups and library volunteers to write blog entries for the Teens & Young People blog. We want to … Continue reading
Click the link below for a guide to the library’s organisation system that you’ll never forget. Dewey Decimal Rap
The Reading Trail rolls back into action this term, with five 1st year classes battling for the title of Reading Trail Champions 2012. Miss McGhee’s class were triumphant last year, but will she hang on to her title with such … Continue reading
The new term started today and it’s going to be a really busy term too, especially in the LRC. This is Reading Trail term for all 1st year English classes, which means all out war between the English teachers. We’re … Continue reading