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Library: Exams can be taken at the library

There is an article in the May—June 2015 library newsletter on Test Proctoring Rules and Procedures.  I addressed the topic because our Reference Librarian Debbie Adams oversees this service for many, many students.  The policy is fairly strict in order to preserve the integrity of the exams.  The article is reprinted here.

VickieHardinTest proctoring is a very important service provided by the library.  Bossier Central Reference Librarian Debbie Adams says, “There has been an increase in the number of students coming in to take exams.” 

As stated in the Proctoring Policy, BPL offers proctoring services at the Aulds, Benton, and Central Libraries by master-level librarians.  Exams will be given Monday through Thursday between 9a.m. — 5p.m., Saturday 9a.m.—2p.m., as allowed by the librarians’ work schedule.  Exams will not be scheduled on Fridays, Sundays, or library holidays. 

The library reserves the right to refuse to proctor exams in instances where it interferes with library operations or in cases where they are deemed unreasonable or burdensome to administer.  Exams must be scheduled a minimum of three (3) business days in advance.  Unscheduled exams will not be accommodated.  Students must contact the designated librarian who will administer the test directly to schedule exams.  The library does not guarantee a quiet study area will be provided.  Students must sign the Proctoring Policy Student Agreement.

For more information contact Debbie Adams at Bossier Central Library at 746-1693. 

You can go online to read the newsletter in its entirety at www.bossierlibrary.org.

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Make a note:

Aulds Library 742-2337

  • Friday, May 15 from 7—10p.m. a Zombie Prom for teens ages 13—19 (19 year olds must be in high school).  Dress as Zombies.
  • Tuesday, May 19 at 11a.m. the Aulds Book Club will discuss “Whole Golden World” by Kristina Riggle.

Benton 965-2751

  • Friday, May 15 Preschool Story Time from 10—11a.m. for ages 3—5.  Registration required. Thursday, May 21 at 4p.m., Club 745 for ages 6—12, arts and crafts. 

Bossier Central 746-1693

  • Wednesdays, Family Story Time, 10a.m. for ages 0—2 and parents; 11a.m. for ages 3—5 and parents.  Limit 50 people per program.
  • Saturdays, Family Story Time at 11a.m. for ages 0—5 and parents. Limit 50 people per program.
  • Thursday, May 21 from 6—7p.m. the Bossier Central Book Club will meet to discuss Philippa Gregory’s book, “The King’s Curse.”

Haughton 949-0196

  • Haughton Library is seeking donations of Lego toys, which will be used for children’s programs.  Contact Audra to make donations.
  • Thursdays at 4p.m. for ages 0—12 Read Alouds Story Time & Craft. 

New Books


“Pleasantville” by Attica Locke

“A Crown for Cold Silver” by Alex Marshall

“Blush” by Cherry Adair

“A God in Ruins” by Kate Atkinson

“Voyage of the Basilisk: A Memoir by Lady Trent” by Marie Brennan

“Black Run” by Antonio Manzini

“The Cherokee Rose” by Tiya Miles

“Deep” by Kylie Scott

“Early Warning” by Jane Smiley

“Spy of Richmond” by Jocelyn Green


“Parenting with Presence” by Susan Stiffelman

“The opposite of Spoiled” by Ron Lieber

“Fiancé & Marriage Visas: A Couple’s Guide to U.S. Immigration” by Ilona Bray

“Make Your Own Living Trust” by Denis Clifford

“And the Good News Is…: Lessons and Advice from the Bright Side” by Dana Perino

“Style Your Perfect Wedding” by DK Publishing

“The Teen Brain” by Frances E. Jensen

“First Bites” by Dana Angelo White

“Confessions of a Serial Entertainer” by Steven Stolman

“100 Things Every Homeowner Must Know” editors of the Family Handyman

Vickie Hardin is Associate Director of Public Relations for Bossier Parish Library. She can be reached at vhardin@bossierlibrary.org

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