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What's Next with the ID School Library Impact Study

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  • 1. Critical Learning Skills in the 21 st Century Collaborating for Student Success Keith Curry Lance Making the Case in Idaho What’s Next with the Idaho School Library Impact Study
  • 2. Outline
    • “ A-Team” appeal, Fall 2008
    • Surveys, Spring 2009
    • Analysis, Summer 2009
    • Report & Presentations, Fall 2009
  • 3. “A-Team” Appeal
    • Need to build mailing list of potential participants
    • Asked school library folks to identify themselves, up to 3 administrators & up to 5 teachers
    • Responses so far:
      • 240 librarians
      • 466 administrators
      • 937 teachers
  • 4. What Else?
    • Further “A-Team” appeals?
    • Any other e-mail lists, blogs, social networks to notify?
    • Any other websites on which to post?
    • Any upcoming events at which to announce?
    • Other promotional ideas?
  • 5. Surveys, Spring 2009
    • Survey “window”—March-May 2009
    • Questionnaires designed & pre-tested w/ help of committee of ID school library experts
    • Project commissioned by ID Commission for Libraries and supported by Dept of Education
  • 6. Surveys, Spring 2009
    • Questionnaires for librarians, administrators & teachers
    • Demographics:
      • Education level & year
      • Position & year
  • 7. Surveys, Spring 2009
    • Issues addressed:
      • Sources of learning about libraries & librarians
      • Librarian role perceptions
      • What administrators value
      • What librarians & teachers experience
      • Perceived impact on teaching ICT literacy & standards
  • 8. Sources of Learning
    • Personal experience
    • Undergraduate or graduate course
    • On-the-job experience
    • Professional reading
    • In-service opportunities
    • Conference session/workshop
    • Online learning opportunities
  • 9. Role Perceptions
    • Curriculum designer
    • Instructional support
    • Teacher
    • In-service provider
    • Reading motivator
    • Tutor of at-risk students
    • Instructional resources manager
    • Administrator
    • Web site manager
    • Tech instructor
    • Tech troubleshooter
    • School leader
  • 10. Administrator Values for Librarians
    • Flexible scheduling
    • Collaboration
    • Providing in-service
    • Committee service
    • Communication with administrators
  • 11. Perceived Practice
    • Fixed vs flex scheduling
    • Teachers visit library & invite librarian to classroom
    • Librarian as resource provider
    • Librarian-teacher collaboration
    • Teaching/learning new ICT skills
      • Who initiates? Teacher or librarian?
  • 12. ICT Literacy Impact
    • ICT literacy, independent learning & social responsibility
    • When teaching alone vs with librarian
    • Knowledge of Partnership for 21 st Century document
    • Perceived impact on teaching
  • 13. Questions about Surveys
    • Any time frame issues?
    • How librarians will encourage administrators & teachers to respond?
    • What kinds of follow-up are appropriate?
    • Other questions about survey administration?
  • 14. Analysis, Summer 2009
    • Review of survey data
    • Merger of survey & ISDE test score & poverty data
    • Tabulation of results by group
    • Comparison of group results
    • Analysis of test score impact
  • 15. Analysis Ideas
    • What do you think we will find?
    • What are your concerns about the findings?
    • What would you like us to look at specifically?
    • Other ideas?
  • 16. Report & Presentations, Fall 2009
    • Report to be released as back-to-school news
    • Anticipate press release, report & brochure
    • Presentations to administrator & teacher audiences ASAP
    • ID library association conference session
  • 17. Report & Presentation Brainstorms
    • What venues (traditional & digital) should be used to share the report?
    • Which audiences need special attention?
    • Which findings will be most important to highlight?
    • Other brainstorms?
  • 18. For More Information …
    • Contact Frank Nelson, ID Commission for Libraries
      • (208) 525-7211
      • [email_address]
    • Contact Keith Curry Lance, RSL Research Group
      • (303) 466-1860
      • [email_address]