The Marley Glen School Library Media Center
The mission of Digital Media and Learning Services is to develop students who are lifelong readers and effective users of technology and information. We do this by teaching critical thinking, research skills and ensuring access to information resources and literature. Our curriculum is adapted from the AACPS Library Media Curriculum. Media classes at Marley Glen serve students from preschool through age 21. Children may find self-expression non-verbally and unlock their imaginations in Media. It is often in these classes that students can excel when they find difficulty in other areas. The Media Center also works with classroom teachers to support goals in speech, reading, behavior and social goals.
News To You!
Students will be kept up-to-date on major news events by being introduced to News-2-You, a weekly online newspaper for beginning readers and individuals with special needs. There are several extension activities that will be used with the SmartBoard, as well as a take home activity.
Library Media Vision & Mission
The Office of Library Media Services envisions school libraries that are the hub of the school and are innovative, vibrant, and flexible spaces, staffed with school librarians who inspire students to become tech savvy and independent life-long readers and learners.
The mission of the Office of Library Media Services is to develop students who are lifelong readers and effective users of technology and information. We do this by teaching critical thinking, research skills and ensuring access to information resources and literature. The curriculum is designed to teach library media skills and information literacy at appropriate levels. In collaboration with the teachers, the library media specialist has developed an instructional program based on curriculum and the needs of the student population.
Over 1.6 million items are checked out each year to students and faculty.