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Public library vs. school library

Public library vs. school libraryKaty ClevengerThe Farmington School District shares a commitment with the community to provide a secure environment of educational excellence for every student by utilizing a diverse, challenging curriculum. The Library Media program supports this mission by teaching students to gain and use information effectively and todevelop intolifelong readers. (E. Fletcher)The Farmington Public Library is your Gateway to Knowledge (A. Bell).

MissionLedbetter IntermediateFarmington PublicThe essential services that are provided at Ledbetter Intermediate Library are access to books, videos, computers, nooks, and play-a-ways. She sees all the classes once a week and they are allowed to check out two books at a time. They can come in other times if they finish their book and need a new book.The Services that the Farmington public library provides includes access to materials such as books, computers, printers, and a copier, and audio visual equipment that you can check out or watch at the library. They participate in interlibrary loans with Fayetteville, Springdale, Elkins, Greenland, Lincoln, Winslow, and Prairie Grove public libraries. ServicesLedbetter IntermediateFarmington PublicThe special services that she provides for the students are book clubs and checking out play-a-ways. She just got two Nooks and is hoping to get more by the end of the year (E. Fletcher).

The special services that are provided by the Farmington Public Library include the childrens story hour each Monday from 10:00-11:00. Special ServicesLedbetter IntermediateFarmington PublicShe serves 4th-5th grade. There are 7 fourth grade classrooms and 6 fifth grade classrooms. They service approximately 325 kids (E. Fletcher).

The population that is served at the Farmington Public Library is anyone that wants to come in and use the libraries services (A. Bell). Your library card is free as long as you live in Washington CountyPopulation ServedLedbetter IntermediateFarmington PublicAt the Ledbetter Intermediate library Mrs. Fletcher is the only Librarian and she has no aids. She sees all classes once a week and she has free flow when she does not have a class.There are three librarians who work in the Farmington Public Library. Audra Bell is the Library Director and the other women report to Audra Bell. (A. Bell).

Organizational StructureLedbetter IntermediateFarmington PublicShe is working on getting her masters degree in Library Science. She will be finished at the end of the summer. She has to keep up with all of her educational professional development (60 hours) to keep her license (E. Fletcher).

The Librarians at the Farmington Public Library must have an MLS or MLIS from an ALA accredited university to fill the position at the library.

Professional TrainingLedbetter IntermediateFarmington PublicDiversityThey share in the same kind of DiversityDiversity means all the differences among the patrons. This could include but not limited to race, color, skills, age, religion, nationality, knowledge, or interest. To help with all the diversity in the community population the library separates the materials into sections based on age and then by interest. For example the childrens section is divided into easy, fiction, and non-fiction. This help people find exactly what they are looking for easily so they do not get frustrated and give up.

I was surprised to find out that she did not have a aid to come in and help her at all during the day.With the Fayetteville Public Library being right down the road I am glad that people are giving our small community library enough business that they need more space.

SurprisesLedbetter IntermediateFarmington PublicReferences(Bell, Audra. Personal Communication, September 18, 2011)Farmington Public Library website. Retrieved, September 19, 2011. http://wcls.lib.ar.us/Libraries/farmington.htmFarmington Public Schools website. Retrieved, September 15, 2011. http://farmcards.org/index.php(Fletcher, Erin. Personal Communication, September 15, 2011)