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Research

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Selected Research and Readings Cited in the Toolkit

 

Allington, Richard L., and Anne McGill-Franzen. 2013. "Eliminating Summer Reading Setback: How We Can Close the Rich/Poor Reading Achievement Gap." Reading Today 30 (5): 10–11.

 

ALSC/AASL Community Forum. 2017. “Digital Literacy, Digital Citizenship for Children in Libraries: Chat Transcript” (Mar. 23). http://www.ala.org/alsc/sites/ala.org.alsc/files/content/Community%20Forum_March%202017_Chat%20Transcript.pdf (accessed October 11, 2017).

 

Bogel, Gayle. 2012. "Public Library Summer Reading Programs Contribute to Reading Progress and Proficiency." Evidence Based Library & Information Practice 7(1): 102–104.

 

Dresang, Eliza, and Kathleen Campana. n.d., “Emergent Readers Literacy Training and Assessment Program: Research Report.” http://www.piercecountylibrary.org/files/library/research-report.pdf (accessed October 11, 2017).

 

Lu, Ya-Ling, and Carol Gordon. 2008. "The Effects of Free Choice on Student Learning: A Study of Summer Reading." School Libraries Worldwide 14(1): 38–55.

 

McCombs, Jennifer Sloan, et al. 2011. Making Summer Count How Summer Programs Can Boost Children's Learning. RAND Corporation.

 

McGill-Franzen, Anne, Natalie Ward, and Maria Cahill. 2016. "Summers: Some Are Reading, Some Are Not! It Matters." The Reading Teacher 69(6): 585-  596.

 

Moreillon, Judi. 2014. “Leadership: Collaboration for Summer Reading.” School Library Monthly 30(6): 24–25.

 

Mraz, Maryann, and Timothy V. Rasinski. 2007. “Summer Reading Loss.” ReadingRockets. http://www.readingrockets.org/article/summer-reading-loss (accessed October 11, 2017).

 

Murvosh, Marta. 2013. “Partners in Success: When School and Public Librarians Join Forces, Kids Win.” School Library Journal (Jan. 1). http://www.slj.com/2013/01/programs/partners-in-success-when-school-and-public-librarians-join-forces-kids-win (accessed October 11, 2017).

 

Nathan, Linda. 2015. "The Art of the School-Community Partnership." Phi Delta Kappan 96 (8): 57–62.

 

Rainie, Lee. 2013. “The New Library Patron. Pew Internet & American Life Project” (Oct. 29). http://pewinternet.org/Presentations/2013/Oct/The-New-Library-Patron.aspx (accessed October 11, 2017).

 

Rainie, Lee. 2016. "Libraries and Learning: Pew Research Center Report” (April 7). http://www.pewinternet.org/2016/04/07/libraries-and-learning/ (accessed October 11, 2017).

 

Stanford History Education Group. 2016. “Evaluating Information: The Cornerstone of Civic Online Reasoning: Executive Summary.” Stanford University 22 (Nov). https://sheg.stanford.edu/upload/V3LessonPlans/Executive%20Summary%2011.21.16.pdf (accessed October 11, 2017).

 

Stoltz, Dorothy, et al. 2016. Inspired Collaboration: Ideas for Discovering and Applying Your Potential. Chicago: ALA.

 

Stoltz, Dorothy, Elaine A. Czarnecki, and Connie Wilson. 2013. Every Child Ready for School: Helping Adults Inspire Young Children to Learn. Chicago: ALA.

 

Todd, Ross. J. 2009. “School Librarianship and Evidence Based Practice: Progress, Perspectives, and Challenges.” Evidence Based Library and Information Practice 4(2): 78–96. https://journals.library.ualberta.ca/eblip/index.php/EBLIP/article/view/4637/5318 (accessed October 11, 2017).

 

Urban Child Institute. n.d., “Baby’s Brain Begins Now: Conception to Age 3.” http://www.urbanchildinstitute.org/why-0-3/baby-and-brain (accessed October 11, 2017).

 

Wiggins, Grant, and Jay McTighe. 2005. Understanding by Design. 2nd ed. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

 

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