Media Center Specialist

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Media Center Specialist

Dana Berglund
503-668-8011 ext. 7124
Email:  dana.berglund@ortrail.k12.or.us

  • Welcome! 

    Do you want books? You can put books on hold!

    If you put them on hold between Monday and Thursday at noon, you can pick them up at our Bookmobile stops the following week. The week after that (2 calendar weeks after you put them on hold), they will be available in the main office of Sandy High any weekday, 7:30-3pm. If you want to make another arrangement, please email me.

     

    LINK TO SHS LIBRARY CATALOG   (link to catalog tutorial videos)

    Info about the Bookmobile, including map and schedule

    Ebooks catalog  (link to ebooks tip sheet)

    Do you want to access Epic Books? Email Ms. Berglund for a code.

    Is there a book you think we should have, and we don't? Fill out this form to request that we buy a book.

     

    For the 2020-2021 school year, some rules have been updated:

    *Log into our catalog (for ebooks or print books) with your first_last as your username (all lowercase). Your password follows the pattern Capital Letter of your First name, lowercase letter of your last name, your ID number. So it might look like this: Ab999999

    *Search, then click on the book you want. Click the picture of a book with a hand on it to put something on hold. 

    *Book checkout book is for 4 weeks. You can email me if you need to renew.

    *Overdue notices will be sent to your school email account. However, we are not charging late fees. 

    *You can return books to any school in the district or to the Bookmobile. 

    *You may have up to 5 books at a time, and put up to 5 books on hold. 

     

                           Books on a shelf     Book Stamp Card

     

    ~Ms. Berglund

    If you have questions, please contact Dana Berglund at 503-668-8011, ext. 7124, or at dana.berglund@ortrail.k12.or.us

     

    Mission: To ensure that students are life-long learners and effective users of ideas and information.

    To support students developing into responsible digital citizens, life-long learners, and effective users of ideas and information.

    The Sandy Media Center and its staff will:

    • provide access to informational resources that represent diverse topics and experiences in a variety of formats
    • stimulate interest in reading and discovering new ideas
    • provide instruction and modeling in information literacy and responsible media use
    • support the school’s curriculum, goals, and reading development