The Wayne RESA library of materials includes books, dvds, software, and other professional development or instructional items. These resources are available for educators to borrow. To obtain specific items contact the library at 734-334-1595, or click on the above link to access the catalog.
This is a network of 57 libraries located in Wayne and neighboring counties. It contains over 750,000 titles or materials.
This project is a collection of commercial databases, a statewide catalog and an internet index available free to Michigan residents. The databases contain full text for over 1,600 periodicals, numerous reference books, and 13,000 digital books. The statewide catalog lists over 12 million items that can be requested and delivered to Wayne RESA for Wayne County educators to borrow.
This link provides information on library related activities.
This link provides information on the RESA/Follett Destiny Library management system.
The RESA Destiny Library Consortium is a web-based, centralized library solution, which is customizable to the building level, but is installed, maintained, and supported at Wayne RESA. In addition to substantial cost savings there are numerous technical and instruction advantages. There are currently 29 districts and 8 PSAs or privates schools totaling over 248 individual buildings.
USER'S GROUP MEETINGS
The user's group is a venue for learning and sharing about Follett Destiny. The group meets a couple of times per year with a Follett representative to learn about software updates and features. To join the Destiny User's Group listserv, email Judy Bowling
The online book "Understanding MARC Bibliographic: Machine-Readable Cataloging" hosted by the Libray of Congress
This helpful resource features a description and working examples of the most commonly used MARC Bibliographic and Authority tags as well as sample MARC records.
Library Media Leaders
The Library Media Leadership Council Meetings (REMC) are intended for Wayne County Library teachers and certified staff, who are involved in the development, promotion, and improvement of library and information services. Representatives to this group play an important role in reviewing and recommending changes to RESA programs and services.
The representatives are critical in disseminating timely information related to media and technology to all the schools their district.
The Library Media Leadership Council Meetings (REMC) will be meeting four times during the school year. Meetings are planned to include a professional learning experience during the morning, followed by a business meeting and professional sharing in the afternoon.
Visit the REMC Association of Michigan