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Viva la Library (The Information Literacy Song)

A humorous reworking of Coldplay's hit song "Viva La Vida" with new lyrics by Dr. James F. McGrath of Butler University, focusing on information literacy and...
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Don't Let the Pigeon Touch the Books! - YouTube

Created to replace our usual 'how treat our books' talk at the beginning of each new school year. By Ms. MacDonald and Mrs. Russell with lots of inspiration ...

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Robin Kinney's curator insight, March 26, 2014 5:43 PM
This was just WAY too cute to pass up! A fun example of how NOT to treat the books in students' care - and thus one of the library norms. Just remember... Don't Let the Pigeon Touch the Books!
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Robin Kinney's curator insight, March 26, 2014 6:58 PM

I'm finding a lot of fun videos about libraries and how to act properly in the library (such as using a book marker and proper book care).  Rather than list them all separately, here's a link to the YouTube channel I created.  As one of our classroom routines, I might take the last 5 minutes (or so) and run one of these movies on the Instructional Area screen.  This warns the students still doing book checks that it is time to make their final selections & check out - and for all the students to line up for returning to their classroom.  The line would be situated so that students in line can watch the movie.  In addition to signaling students, this is also a fun way to reinforce what libraries are all about and how to behave in the library (using shelf markers & proper book care, etc).  I would create a play list for lower elementary, middle elementary, and upper elementary - in part because 5th graders are unlikely to be amused by Sesame Street, but all grades are likely to enjoy the book bandits.