- Library Snapshot Day Statistics
Richmond, Vermont Elementary School Library
April 13, 2017
Number of books checked out: 77
Number of uses of library’s electronic databases (based on monthly use): 48
Number of classes visiting library: 3
Number of classes served by librarian in classroom: 2
Number of conversations with fourth graders it took to change the librarian’s mind about a book she didn’t use to like: 2
Number of questions posted by second graders on Twitter for their partner class in Hong Kong: 3, with more to come next week
We hope you enjoy the photos. Happy National Library Week!
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Library Snapshot Day: Celebrating National Library Week at the RES Library
National Library Week 2017 is April 9-15. All over the country, libraries have chosen a single day this week to share photos and statistics. It's Library Snapshot Day: a day in the life of one elementary school library in rural Vermont.