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2010 Survey “School Libraries Count!”

2010 Survey “School Libraries Count!” Now Open

We invite you to participate in the 2010 “School Libraries Count!” survey.

This is the fourth year of the annual survey, part of a longitudinal study which collects important information about all K-12 school libraries–public and private–across the country.  Your participation is crucial to this survey.

Please click on this link to enter the survey: http://www.aaslsurvey.org. The last day to complete the survey is April 30th, 2010. We would also encourage you to forward this email to other school librarians so they can participate.

The study gathers basic data about the status of school library programs across the country, which AASL will use to develop advocacy tools to support school libraries at the local, state and national levels.  If you have participated in the past, your continued participation is essential in developing our longitudinal study research which will examine trend development over the course of several years.

New set of topical questions
There are new additional questions in this year’s survey.  The new questions will cover the impact of digital content and resources on school library programs and student learning.

Access to Survey report
The 2009 individualized reports will be ready for viewing later this month. Check back to www.ala.org/aasl/slcsurvey to get your free report. The 2010 survey will offer individual reports for free to those who participate. If you would like to be able to access these reports later this year you will need to fill out the additional questions asking for you to create a password and an email address contact. Your email address will only be used in relation to this survey and will not be sold, distributed or used for any other purpose.


One Response

  1. Thanks for posting this link. This survey was very similar to the LRS survey that is done here in Colorado, so this was very easy to complete. I will be very interested in seeing the results, especially how National stats compare to Colorado.

    Susan Gilbert

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