This first lesson in our latest Cool Tools track, Thing 31: Evidence Based Practice, was inspired by conversations that started at a recent workshop by Jennifer LaGarde on annual reports and collecting data. And by the work of Ross Todd, Lyn Hay and Joyce Valenza (among many others!) on Evidence Based Practice.
Some of you asked us to put together lessons that would give you time and resources to think about using Evidence Based Practice (EBP) to help improve your library’s program and help you show how you and your library’s services help students succeed.
We’ll get you started over the course of two lessons, this one with introductory material to get you thinking about EBP and then next one on tools and ides for collecting data. Up for the challenge??