Collection Mapping Workshop


Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9

Group 1

Grade 8

Group 2

Grade 9

Group 3

Grade7

Group 4

Grade 6

Group 6

4 - 5

Group 7

1 - 3

Charlene
Teniel
Laurel
Donna
Melinda
Bev
Coralie
Barb
Cindy
Marie
Delora
Rhonda V.
Theresa
Nettie
Merle
Gloria
Rhonda T
Sheila
Jodi
Sandra
Kim
Katrina
Shelly
Roger
Kathy
Kathryn
Lori
Betty K


Terri
Diane
Laurissa
Peggy


Lisa
Betty S.





Step 1: Form groups. Determine grade level you would like to examine Grade 1-2-3, 4-5, 6, 7, 8, 9. Share decision to avoid duplication.

Step 2: Examine the curricula outcomes for your grade level. Begin with science and social studies and then add other subjects as you have time. (K - 5 curricula is set to be finalized this spring; the review of 10 - 12 will take place over the next few years.)

Step 3: From each outcome, extrapolate the content needed in a resource you would add to your library.

Example: Grade 9 Social Studies: Outcome: Resources and Wealth
Focus: Technologies of past societies affect contemporary society.
Resources needed: lifestyles of ancient Egyptians, Romans, Greeks, Mesopotamians, Mayan, Aztec, Incan, North American First Nations, etc.

Step 4: Record results on your wiki page.


GSSD Budget

Collection Analysis Tools

Follett's Titlewave


Destiny's Library Report for Collection Statistics -- Summary