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The Reading Room is a true quiet reading sanctuary for all students and faculty who want to read. Both hardback books and eBooks are welcome in the Reading Room.
The Technology Room is next to the Reading Room. Students are welcome to work on the lego wall, play with the wii, or collaborate with other students on coding and technology projects. Please make sure you clean up after your adventures in the Technology Room so the next person may have an amazing experience too.
The collaboration station may be used by students and faculty for small group presentations or any collaboration project. It's a great area to practice for a classroom presentation.
The library has 2 charging stations. The photo on the right can be easily used while participating in an interactive lesson taught in the library. The station on the left is located by the collaboration area. The comfortable seating make both areas popular location during lessons.
Circulation Desk - This area is student driven so don't hesitate to ask any student behind the desk questions. Let me know if you would like to volunteer your time to help make our library an even more awesome environment in our school.
Fiction Collection - Our 6,035 fiction books are arranged in alphabetical order by the author's last name. Check books for genre spine labels to help you find some interesting books to read. Don't forget you may also access our digital content (eBooks, digital audio books, and interactive books).
Nonfiction Books - Our nonfiction collection is arranged in Dewey Decimal order. Use your Chromebook to find and check out some interesting nonfiction books in Destiny Discover (our online book catalog). On the right, along the red wall, you can find our Biography Collection. Our nonfiction books begin on the left and snakes around the larger free standing cases before ending on the back wall with our history books.
Lesson Area - Many lessons in the library include interactive lessons, Skype sessions, student driven lessons, and more. When the screen comes down, get your Chromebooks out and get ready for an dynamic lesson.
Relaxing Area - This is a popular area for students to relax, get comfortable, and read. It's also a gathering place for students during Advisory, before school, and during library time. Remember to respect others when in the Relaxing Area.
Mrs. Fitzgerald - My office is always open so do not hestitate to stop in and ask me a question. Remember you can always email me questions from 6:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. 7 days a week. My email is [firstname.lastname@example.org](mailto:email@example.com)
Work Room - Library student aides will assist teachers with laminating and making posters for the classroom.
Signage - Please check out the many signs around the library. They are provided to help you properly navigate and use the library resources.
[Click here to access Destiny Discover, our online library catalog](https://search.follettsoftware.com/metasearch/ui/1195/)
Digital Content - The Pike library has a large digital econtent collection that may be accessed through your Chromebook, any computer, reading device, or smartphone with Internet access. Download the Follett Destiny App. Pike's digital content includes the following: 1,231 eBooks 111 Digital Audio Books 42 Interactive Books 6 Lightbox Books
This is a Pike library Breakout project. Look over all the links, videos, and information linked in the 360 VR image of the Pike library. Use the planning doc which is available on the 360° image (it's the link with the large red P). Any lock combinations you type into the Form, then leave the Form, will not be there when you return to the Form. If you answer all 4 questions correctly, you will receive a congratulatory email.
[Click](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1klwcqyos73DXLluSlPcVAfDeDKshXWpZsy1zL36JYVM/copy) here for a copy of the planning sheet. Use the sheet to help you with your answers to break out of the Pike library.
The Pike library website is filled with information on our policies, programs, research tips, and more. [Visit our website by clicking here](http://pike.nisdtx.org/library)
Welcome to the Pike Library Breakout Activity. Use the Planning document to help you plan your breakout. Take time to read the information in this breakout so you may break the locks and become the perfect library user at Pike Middle School. See Mrs. Fitzgerald if you have any questions and good luck!
Digital Research Kits - The Pike library collaborates with teachers in designing Digital Research Kits. Check with your teacher to see if there is a kit for your research assignment. [Click here to view our Digital Research Kits](http://pike.nisdtx.org/library/research_-_digital_research_kits)
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