I use to be so good about posting photos of all my library displays! My first year working at a school library had me making just the displays for the elementary school. However, when I took over making displays for the elementary, middle, and high school … I didn’t have time to post pictures of them as frequently. >.< I’d stay after work getting them up and then head home to do homework. Long days! 🙂 I loved making all of these displays, so here is a .pdf with photos for all the K-12th grade library displays I made during the 2015-2016 school year. I am frequent Pinterest.com user and I am often inspired by other library displays. I get really into making these and hope you like them! 🙂
I still need to make one of these documents for the 2014-2015 school year, but for now you can see those throughout the blog. 🙂
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I have started putting QR codes in the books that students can scan and it will open extra content on their phones related to the book! I have also put a URL in the books if students don’t have QR readers. I thought this would be a fun way to try and bring in more students to the library who are more in to technology then reading. I thought it would be neat and fun for students to be able to pull up book trailers or fun book related content with their phones. I made the QR codes on a application for smart phones. I also created a website using http://www.wix.com to hold all the extra content. The site is URL is www.tinyurl.com/PRAextra.
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