Putting Evidence to Work in Your Library • Presenting Evidence for Change
Activity: Presenting Your Evidence

After you've collected evidence of all kinds—beginning with foundational evidence to determine some of the changes you might need to make to your program, looking at some of the process evidence that may indicate possible directions for improvement based on trends in the field and experiences reported by others, and moving on to outcomes evidence by doing some data collection of your own—you will need to present that evidence to others. Use the resources and reflection activity below to think about effective ways to do this.

RESOURCES:

REFLECT & PRACTICE:

Use the questions on page 9 of the Planning Template to how you can share your research findings within your school community, as well as within the professional community of school librarians.

MLA Citation "Putting Evidence to Work in Your Library: Presenting Your Evidence." School Library Connection, January 2019, schoollibraryconnection.com/Home/Display/2186033?learningModuleId=2186016&childId=2186135&tab=1&topicCenterId=1955261.

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