Putting Evidence to Work in Your Library • Objective Data Collection
Activity: Creating a Research Plan, Part I

In this lesson, DiScala provided some examples that may apply to you or may have sparked an idea that's been lingering in your brain. Take some time to think about a situation in your library in which objective data collection might help you collect evidence on what's happening. How can you improve your practice by looking at some objective evidence of your work? Complete the reflection activity to starting planning your research.



Use pages 7-8 in the Planning Template to plot out the resources you'll look into to collect foundational and process evidence, as well as how you will go about collecting objective outcomes evidence, remembering to keep in mind the principles of the scientific method discussed by DiScala in this lesson.

MLA Citation "Putting Evidence to Work in Your Library: Creating a Research Plan, Part I." School Library Connection, January 2019, schoollibraryconnection.com/Home/Display/2186029?learningModuleId=2186016&childId=2186132&tab=1&topicCenterId=1955261.

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