Putting Evidence to Work in Your Library • Collecting Evidence
Activity: Resources for Foundational and Process Evidence

Looking at foundational and process evidence is a great way to learn from established and current research by others in the field in order to gain ideas for possible improvements to your library program. Use the document below to explore some of the resources that cater to the school librarian community.

RESOURCES:

REFLECT & PRACTICE:

Take a look at the suggested school library-focused publications and professional development resources listed on page 4 of the Planning Template. As you look through the resources, take note of what pieces stand out to you and why. Do they support your current perspective on issues important to you? Do they inspire any shifts in your thinking about your library programs? What do you notice?

MLA Citation "Putting Evidence to Work in Your Library: Resources for Foundational and Process Evidence." School Library Connection, January 2019, schoollibraryconnection.com/Home/Display/2186025?learningModuleId=2186016&childId=2186130&tab=1&topicCenterId=1955261.

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