- Are you a children's librarian working in a public library in the United States?
- Have you been a children's librarian for fewer than five (5) years?
- Did you complete an MLS degree (or equivalent) within the last five (5) years?
If you answered "yes" to all three of these questions, then please follow the link below to take a short, anonymous survey regarding child development knowledge, and please feel free to share the link with anyone you know that fits the criteria above! Thank you!
Standard Recruiting statement:
"I am an LIS student working on a research project as part of my Capstone course at
Valdosta State University. If you are a children’s librarian with an MLIS or equivalent
completed in the last 5 years AND working in a U.S. public library for less than 5 years,
please follow the link below to take a brief voluntary, anonymous survey regarding child development knowledge. Thank you for your participation!"
*Survey is now closed; results have been analyzed and have been published in the Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, Vol. 63, Issue 1, in January, 2022.
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Looking forward to seeing these results! Good luck!ReplyDelete
Storytime in the Stacks
Thanks! I'm not getting as many responses as I'd hoped, but I guess that's always the case. Feel free to share with anyone else who fits the criteria.Delete
Hello My degree is more than 5 years, so I don't qualify. How about sending to youth services coordinators or equivalentg at the county level of a few systems. I'll share this with the coordinator for our countyReplyDelete