Colorado School Library Survey Deadline Extended

Good news! We’ve extended the deadline for completing the 2013-2014 Colorado School Library Survey to Monday, December 2, so that everyone has time to participate. School librarians–your  responses really do matter, and we hope you will take the time to complete the survey!  Here are a couple examples of how we use your results:

  • This past spring, we used the survey results, combined with some other research we’ve done, to create an infographic that links school libraries and librarians to student achievement.
  • And, we are in the process of creating new and improved school library profiles, which we will debut in spring 2014 using your results from this year’s survey. While these profiles already exist, we are redoing them so that they will serve as effective tools for self-assessment and promotion.

For these reasons and more, we encourage you to take the survey. You can access it at http://www.lrs.org/slsurvey/.

You should have received your login information in a letter and/or email, but if you need it, please contact us at lrs@lrs.org or 303.866.6900.

Thank you for your participation in this year’s Colorado School Library Survey!

 

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