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2014

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2015
2015-
2016
2016-
2017
High School library: Maintain the automation and
encoding of all new arrivals in the library
Elementary library: Maintain the automation and
encoding of all new arrivals in the library
Access, encode, and placement of the proper call numbers in all
AV materials
Make copies of all AV materials for circulation
Indexing of Periodicals: Continue the encoding and
organizing of nound periodicals in the library
Encode and placement of the proper call numbers in all the
bound periodicals in the library
25% 50% 75%
Other Special Materials: Maintain the automation and
encoding of all new arrivals in the library
Encode and placement of the proper call numbers in all the new
arricals in the library
100% 100% 100%
To maintain a well-balanced library collection.
SPECIAL MATERIALS: To improve and add to the
special materials. Yearly purchase of relevant special materials resources.
PERIODICALS: To improve and maintain a well-
balanced and relevant subscription of magazine and
journals.
Yearly renewal of magazine and journal subscription. Regular
evaluation of subscriptions to ensure all subject areas are
represented.
ELECTRONIC RESOURCES: Now with the installation of
12 working computers, we will focus on acquiring
electronic resoruces for the library.
To ensure the maintenance of computer units. To subscribe to
online encyclopedias. To create a list of reliable links to relevant
resources.
Yearly evaluation of library books. Yearly purchase of new and
revelant books.
100% 75% 100%
PHILIPPINE CHRISTIAN GOSPEL SCHOOL
BOOKS: To maintain a library collection (particularly
science and technology resources) with a copyright
date not lower than 2010.
Three Year Library Development Plan
Collection
Key Area of Concern Objectives
Metrics
Strategic Activities Accountable
SY 2014-2015 - SY 2016-2017
Review accession numbers, catalog, encode, barcode,
placement of the proper call numbers, cover the books and
prepare book slips and book cards for all retrospective and new
collections in the library.
Pre School library: Begin the automation of
retrospective and new collection in the library.
100% 100% 100%
Head librarian and
High School,
Elementary and
Pre School
librarian
Regularly stamp, accession, catalog, encode, barcode,
placement of the proper call numbers, cover the books and
prepare book slips and book cards for all new arrivals in the
library.
AV Collection of all libraries: Maintain and complete
the automation and encoding of all new arrivals in the
library
100% 100% 100%
Organization of Library
Collection
Head librarian and
High School,
Elementary and
Pre School
librarian
2014-
2015
2015-
2016
2016-
2017
To encourage reading in the school Book Talk
To teach information literacy Information Literacy
To encourage writing Young Authors Celebration
To encourage critical analysis and reading Student Book Choice Award
National Book Week
Reader's Achievemnt Award
Reader's Advisory Services
Storytelling
Facebook Page
Routing of the List of New Acquistions
Create a better display area for New Arrivals
Create a better display area for Magazines
Head librarian and
HS, EL and PS
librarian
50% 100% 75%
Head librarian and
High School,
Elementary and
Pre School
librarian
100% 75% 100%
Promotion
Programs
To introduce the students to different genres and
different authors
To create an inviting and imaginative atmosphere for
the library
Facilities To put up fun and imaginative signs and wall art.
75% 100% 100%
To inform students and teachers of the new arrivals in
the library
To create excitement and interest among the students
and faculty regarding the new arrivals in the library
Head librarian and
High School,
Elementary and
Pre School
librarian
Key Area of Concern Objectives Strategic Activities Accountable
Metrics
TITLE OBJECTIVES DESCRIPTION ACTIONS
Create a FB page for posting.
Create a space in the library for posting
student writings
Collaborate with English teachers
To introduce text to pupils and teachers Collaborate with English teachers
To encourage wider reading Book talk the books for nomination
To promote library resources Set a schedule for voting
To instill critical analysis of works of literature
Disseminate/post the awarded books
Acquire a copy of the curriculum
Student's Top
10 Book Choice
Award
To encourage students to write
Books in the library can be overlooked if they do not
have shelf appeal. Do a 15 minute book talk, which
covers 3-5 books. This talk gives students a taste of
other books available and the various genres which they
may not have thought about reading before, or
introduces them to a new author.
Book Talk
LIBRARY PROGRAMS
A list of book titles are prepared by the librarian (based
on ALA list) for students read them and vote on their
favorite
Collaborate with English teachers
Set a schedule (once a month)
Prepare a list of books to share in the
classroom
Celebrating student writing is important. Students are
encouraged to donate their own writings to the library
for others to read and enjoy as well. Students will
collaborate with the librarian when editing their works
before they will be posted on the FB page and inside the
library.
To introduce text to pupils and teachers
To encourage wider reading
To promote library resources
PHILIPPINE CHRISTIAN GOSPEL SCHOOL
SY 2014-2015
To help students with their creative writing skills, and
grammar by collaborating with them through the editing
process
Young Authors
Celebration
Create a poster for information dissemination
Regularly attend meetings where the
curriculum is discussed
Information
Literacy
Collaborate with the facultyfor a clear, cross-
curricular focus in teaching information
literacy
To take a lead role in teaching and learning information
literacy across the curriculum
To collaborate with teachers to embed information literacy
across the curriculum
To provide targeted teaching for pupils and inset for faculty
Information Literacy is the ability to locate pertinent
information, evaluate its reliability, analyse and
synthesize the information to construct personal
meaning and apply it to informed decision making.
TITLE OBJECTIVES DESCRIPTION ACTIONS
To introduce text to pupils
To encourage students to read and visit the library
To open up new worlds to the students
To tackle relevant issues through stories
To encouarage and motivate students to read more
Publicly award students with Recognition
Certificates
To promote library resources
Post awarded students on library bulletin
board and with a book they recommend to
their classmates.
To introduce text to pupils
To promote library resources
Daily Trivia Questions
Storytelling Sessions
Poster Making
Essay Writing
Bookmark Making
Book Promotion Corner
Other games/surprises in the library
To introduce text to pupils Scholastic Book Fairs
To create excitement in the act of reading Adarna and WS Publications
Readers'
Achievement
Award
Every quarter, the library publicly recognizes the
students per grade/year level with the most books
borrowed and rewards their reading accomplishments
with the Reading Achievement Certificate.
Storytelling @
the Pre School
library
To instill critical analysis by asking questions after every
story
This program emphasizes the joy of books and reading.
Though it is an early literacy program, it is not a
program meant to teach children to read. Sharing great
books and stories with children teaches them important
pre-reading skills and motivates them to want to learn
to read and/or improve their reading skills.
Collaborate with Pre School Department and
set a schedule
Prepare a yearly calendar of holidays,
celebrtations and themes and a
corresponding list of books for each theme.
Goodwill Bookstore
Create pathfinders for recommended books
by genre and award
Create brochures to promote these books
according to genre and award
This program is designed to guide students through the
different reading materials. This will require the
librarian to be an active reader with a good grasp on the
different genres of literature.
National Book
Week
Celebration
National Book Week Celebration is a week-long
celebration of books, libraries, and the love of reading
held every third week of November.
To promote the library as a center for reading
To celebrate the act of reading
This activity aims to improve student reading and to
expose them to books, books and more books. It is also
a means of acquiring more books in the form of book
rewards.
Book Fairs
To acquire more books in the form of book rewards
Readers'
Advisory
Services
To help students find reading materials that suit their own
expressed interest
Based on the 5 standards of IL
Can the student synthesize to create a new information product?
Can the student use information ethically and legally?
Getting started with collaboration
What topic are coming up in your plans?
What areas could we use more resources in the library media center
How can I support what you are teaching in your classroom?
How can we work together to design a project?
How can I help you integrate technology?
Can the student identify the information need?
Can the student find the information needed?
Can the student evaluate the information retrieved?