Knowledge Quest Poll Results Archive
Have you ever wondered what your peers think about school library issues? Our bi-monthly Knowledge Quest poll offers you some answers! A new poll is posted each time an issue of Knowledge Quest is released. The question for each poll is based on the theme of the next issue. The results of these polls, featuring response percentages and participant comments, are posted below.
Dewey or Don't We
Posted September 2013
“What classification system do you use in your school library program?”
Imagining the Future
Posted May 2013
“How much time a week do you spend on planning for your library program’s future?”
Networking at Conferences
Posted March 2013
“Have you successfully networked with peers at school librarian conferences?”
Posted January 2013
“Have you ever mentored a new school librarian?”
Graphic Novels in School Libraries
Posted November 2012
Do you offer graphic novels in your school library?
Personal Learning Networks
Posted September-October 2012
How valuable has a personal learning network been in helping you develop professionally?
Participatory Culture and Learning
Posted May 2012
Have you integrated any social media tools into your programs to enhance participatory learning?
Care in the School Library
Posted March-April 2012
How do you show care for students in your school library?
Posted January-February 2012
Do you coteach with colleagues at your school to develop engaging standards-based learning experiences for students?
Posted November-December 2011
What school library resources or programs are you interested in pursuing in the next few years to stay current with the rapid changes of the 21st Century?
The Solo Librarian
Posted September-October 2011
What strategic activity should solo librarians first pursue to best assist them with school library programs?
Educational Games in School Libraries
Posted July-August 2011
Are educational games used to help students learn in your school library?
The Roles of School Librarians
Posted May-June 2011
What role from Empowering Learners: Guidelines for School Library Programs do school librarians most often assume to encourage student learning?