Each site listed above has certain components I intend to incorporate into my very own media center website. The school librarians did an impressive job highlighting the makerspace programs they offered in their media centers. I have also enjoyed reading the good reads book review and suggestion sections on many of the websites. I find the Campbell High School media center website most inspiring to me because of its simple, clean, and streamlined design. With no more than two to three clicks away, I can easily and quickly access the information I am looking for using its top and bottom navigation menus.
I believe the Campbell Commons Library website best features its library and collection virtually with its library catalog (Destiny online catalog), online databases (MackinVIA and Cobb County Public Library), and reference assistance (EasyBib). Since this site aims to demonstrate the wide variety of useful resources and services the school and county are providing, the school librarian not only effectively grouped like information under each category in a logical sense but also used common and descriptive language to familiarize visitors with its media center policy and all the Google Classroom and Microsoft 365 updates. I have definitely incorporated the Campbell Commons Library website framework and elements into my own media center website.