Role of the NHS Library Media Specialist
Library Media Specialists (LMS) acquire, promote, and maintain dynamic and compelling resources to support curriculum and inspire a love of literature. The LMS cultivates partnerships within the school and community to design, model, and co-teach lessons as well as promote engagement and lifelong learning. The LMS empowers all learners and creates an environment of inclusivity and collaboration in the Library Media Center.
Collection Development Process
This document explains the selection and deselection approach and procedures for the NS library media program.
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Noblesville High School Staff
Library Media Specialist - Lucy Misetic
Library Assistant - Lynn Yaney
Library Assistant - Nancy Shipman
eBooks & Audiobooks
Like adult readers, some students prefer texts in digital format while others prefer print. Noblesville Schools is proud to offer an abundance of texts in both formats in support of the district’s mission to create lifelong readers and learners. eBooks and audiobooks have accessibility features that can improve the reading experience for many PreK-12 readers. These features may include the ability to
- Enable read aloud
- Speed up or slow down a narrator
- Adjust text size and background color
- Mark up pages with digital annotation tools
Most importantly, however, these digital collections promote reading momentum by providing access to books during evenings, weekends, and breaks. It is a goal of Noblesville Schools to develop voluminous joyful readers. Research points to independent reading as the single factor most strongly associated with reading achievement (Krashen, 2004).
Students can search the library collection through Destiny Discover, our online library management system. Logged in students and staff can view current checkouts and due dates, holds, and favorites.
Hamilton East Public Library
Noblesville Schools Libraries have a partnership with the Hamilton East Public Library to provide additional leisure and academic materials for students including print and digital books, databases, children and teen programming, and community events.