AASL’s school library research examines social media policies and librarian staffing

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

"School Library Research offers two new research studies that highlight the pivotal role that school librarians play in providing physical and intellectual access to learning for K12 students," said Mega Subramaniam, SLR co-editor.

"One study examines the perception and responses of high-school librarians to district policies that dictate the appropriate use of social media tools by their students. The second study examines the impact of professional librarian staffing on the acquisition of research skills among elementary students. SLR aims to disseminate original research to expand our professional knowledge and improve our practice.”

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