School Library Research (SLR)
School Library Research (ISSN: 2165-1019) is the scholarly refereed research journal of the American Association of School Librarians. It is the successor to School Library Media Research (ISSN: 1523-4320) and School Library Media Quarterly Online.
The purpose of School Library Research is to promote and publish high quality original research concerning the management, implementation, and evaluation of school library programs. The journal will also emphasize research on instructional theory, teaching methods, and critical issues relevant to school libraries and school librarians.
SLR seeks to distribute major research findings worldwide through both electronic publication and linkages to substantive documents on the Internet. The primary audience for SLR includes academic scholars, school librarians, instructional specialists and other educators who strive to provide a constructive learning environment for all students and teachers.
All material in SLR is subject to copyright by ALA and may be reproduced only for the noncommercial purpose of educational or scientific advancement.
New Research Papers Published
February 27, 2014
Three all-new research papers for Volume 17 are now available to view. Click on the title below to view the PDF. You can also view these papers in the Volume 17 Archive.
|Donham, Jean. College Ready—What Can We Learn from First-Year College Assignments? An Examination of Assignments in Iowa Colleges and Universities.|
Varlejs, Jana, Eileen Stec, and Hannah Kwon. Factors Affecting Students’ Information Literacy as They Transition from High School to College.
|Everhart, Nancy, and Marcia Mardis. What Do Stakeholders Know about School Library Programs? Results of a Focus Group Evaluation.|
Previous SLR Volumes