Articles on Libraries and Academic Achievement



Adeyemi, T.O. (2010). The School Library and Students’ Learning Outcomes in Secondary Schools in Ekiti State, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Business Management, 2(1):1-8.

http://maxwellsci.com/print/ajbm/v2-1-8.pdf

Allred, K. (2010). Effective School Library Media Programs and their Impact on Student Achievement.

http://ncslma.org/2010Conference/Handouts/ClosingtheGap.pdf

Anderson, C. (2007). Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) at Your Library Media. Library Media Connection, 25(4):22-24.



Bahnisch, B. (2011). Thoughts on teacher librarians and school libraries. Access, 25(1):16-21.



Barrett, L. (2010). Effective school libraries: evidence of impact on student achievement. The School Librarian, 58(3):136-139.

http://www.sambattrust.org/pdfs/sla-effective-school-libraries.pdf

Bates, J. et al. (2010). Making the Case for Evidence-Based Practice. Library Media Connection, 29(1):24-27.



Baughman, J.C. (2000). School Libraries and MCAS Scores. A Paper Presented at a Symposium Sponsored by the Graduate School of Library and Information Science Simmons College Boston, Massachusetts.

http://web.simmons.edu/~baughman/mcas-school-libraries/Baughman%20Paper.pdf

Boucher, J.J. and K.C. Lance (1992). The Roles of Libraries in Education. (ED354919).



Burgin, R. (2003). An Essential Connection: How Quality School Library Media Programs Improve Student Achievement in North Carolina.

http://www.rburgin.com/NCschools2003/NCSchoolStudy.pdf

Champlin, C. and D. Loertscher (2003). Reinvent Your School’s Library and Watch Student Academic Achievement Increase. Principal Leadership, March 2003:67-70.

http://www.nassp.org/portals/0/content/46815.pdf

Chan, C. (2008). The impact of school library services on student achievement and the implications for advocacy: a review of the literature. Access, 22(4):15-20.



Church, A.P. (2004). Leverage Your Library Program: What an Administrator Needs to Know. Library Media Connection, 22(6):31.



Church, A.P. (2009). The Principal Factor. Library Media Connection, 27(6):40-41.



Close, E. E. (2002). Conversations support literacy learning and achievement, K-12: research findings from CELA. Knowledge Quest 30(3):34-5.



Dzikowski, J. (2003). Facts at a Glance... Student Achievement and the School Library Media Program. (ED476676).



Dzikowski, J. et al. (2010). The Data-Driven Library Program. Library Media Connection, 29(1):10-12.



Eisenberg, M.B. (2004) It's All About Learning: Ensuring That Students Are Effective Users of Information on Standardized Tests. Library Media Connection, 22(6):22-30.



Francis, B.H. et al. (2010). School Librarians Continue to Help Students Achieve Standards: "The Third Colorado Study (2010)." A Closer Look. Online Submission. 2010 20 pp. (ED514556)



Gann, L.A. (2010). The development of the partnership between the American Library Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

http://gradworks.umi.com/3409175.pdf

Gavigan, K. and S. Kurtts (2010). Together we can: Collaborating to meet the needs of at-risk students. Library Media Connection, 29(3):10-12.

http://scholarcommons.sc.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1060&context=libsci_facpub&sei-redir=1#search=%22%22school+libraries%22+achievement%22

Glick, A. (2005) More Research, Please. School Library Journal, 51(6):11-12.



Goldberg, B. (2011). Californians Model How to Be Standards-Bearers for School Libraries. American Libraries, 42(1/2):22.



Goodall, D.L. and Pattern, D. (2011). Academic library non/low use and undergraduate student achievement : a preliminary report of research in progress. Library Management, 32 (3):159-170.

http://northumbria.openrepository.com/northumbria/bitstream/10145/113953/3/Academic%20library%20non_low%20use%20and%20undergraduate%20student%20achievement.pdf

Gordon, C.A. (2010). The Culture of Inquiry in School Libraries. School Libraries Worldwide, 16(1):73-88.

http://vilomedia.eyia.eu/digitallibrary/library/slw2010-gordon.pdf

Gray, C. (2006). trong Libraries, Strong Scores. Library Media Connection, 25(1):32-33.



Hamilton-Pennell, C. et al. (2000). Dick and Jane Go to the Head of the Class. School Library Journal, 46(4):44-47.



Hartzell, G. (2002). Why Should Principals Support School Libraries?

http://www.ericdigests.org/2003-3/libraries.htm

Hartzell, G. (2003). Why should principals support school libraries?. Curriculum Leadership: An Electronic Journal for Leaders in Education.

http://www.curriculum.edu.au/leader/why_should_principals_support_school_libraries,4639.html?issueID=9691

Hay, L. (2005). Student learning through Australian school libraries Part 1: A statistical analysis of student perceptions. Synergy, 3(2).

http://www.slav.schools.net.au/synergy/vol3num2/hay.pdf

Haycock, K. (2003). Collaboration: Because Student Achievement Is the Bottom Line. Knowledge Quest, 32(1):54.



Haycock, K. (2004). Effective Roles for Student Achievement. Teacher Librarian, 31(5):34.



Howard, J.K. and S. A. Eckhardt (2005). Why Action Research? The Leadership Role of the Library Media Specialist. Library Media Connection, 24(2):32.



Howard, J.K. (2010). The Relationship between School Culture and the School Library Program: Four Case Studies. School Library Media Research, 13.



Hutley, S. (2010). Inquiry into School Libraries and Teacher Librarians.

http://www.alia.org.au/advocacy/submissions/Inquiry.School.Libraries_Teacher.Librarians.pdf

Johnson, D. (2005). Getting the Most from Your School Library Media Program. Principal, 84(3):43-46.



Jones, J.L. and A.M. Zambone (2008). The Role of the Media Specialist to Improve Academic Achievement and Strengthen At-Risk Youth. Library Media Connection, 26(7):30-32.



Jones, J.L. (2009). Dropout Prevention through the School Library: Dispositions, Relationships, and Instructional Practices. School Libraries Worldwide, 15(2):77-90.



Kachel, D.E. et al. (2011) School Library Research Summarized: a graduate class project.

http://libweb.mansfield.edu/upload/kachel/ImpactStudy.pdf

Klinger, D.A. and K. Blackett (2006). The case for maintaining and supporting school libraries. Access, 2006:16-19.

http://www.libraryng.com/sites/libraryng.com/files/Case%20for%20Maintaining%20and%20Supporting.pdf

Koechlin, C. and S. Zwann (2002). Making library programs count: Where’s the evidence? School Libraries in Canada, 22(2):21-23.

http://bctf.ca/bctla/pub/documents/advocacy/SLIC8561121.pdf

Krashen, S. et al. (2010). An Analysis of the PIRLS (2006) Data: Can the School Library Reduce the Effect of Poverty on Reading Achievement? CSLA Journal, 34(1):26-28.



Kuhlthau, C.C. (1988). The Information Search Process of High, Middle, and Low Achieving High School Seniors. (ED310787).



Kuhlthau, C. C. (2010). Guided Inquiry: School Libraries in the 21st Century. School Libraries Worldwide, 16(1):17-28.

http://comminfo.rutgers.edu/~kuhlthau/docs/GI-School-Librarians-in-the-21-Century.pdf

Kumasi, K.D. (2010). Urban Public School Libraries and Educational Reform: The Case of the Detroit Public Schools. Urban Library Journal, 16(1).

http://ojs.cunylibraries.org/index.php/ulj/article/viewFile/14/20

Lance, K.C. et al. (1990). The Impact of School Library Media Centers on Academic Achievement.

http://eric.ed.gov:80/PDFS/ED353989.pdf

Lance, K.C. (1994). The Impact of School Library Media Centers on Academic Achievement. (ED372759).



Lance, K.C. et al. (2000). Information Empowered: The School Librarian as an Agent of Academic Achievement in Alaska Schools. Revised Edition. . (ED443445).



Lance, K.C. et al. (2000). Measuring Up to Standards Findings: The Impact of School Library Programs & Information Literacy in Pennsylvania Schools. (ED446770).



Lance, K.C. et al. (2000) How School Librarians Help Kids Achieve Standards: The Second Colorado Study. (ED445698).



Lance, K.C. (2001) Proof of the Power: Recent Research on the Impact of School Library Media Programs on the Academic Achievement of U.S. Public School Students. ERIC Digest (ED456861).



Lance, K. C., et. al. (2001). Teaching information literacy is the key to academic achievement: the success story of Oregon school library media programs. OLA Quarterly, 7(2):21-2.



Lance, K.C. et al. (2002). On the Road to Student Success. How School Librarians Leave No Child Behind; Accountability and the School Teacher Librarian; Looking for the Evidence: Do School Libraries Improve Student Achievement?; Strategic Directions and Newer Dilemmas for Teacher-Librarians and School Library Resource Centres; The School Library: Accountability for Student Learning; Making Library Programs Count; Accelerated Reader: Does It Work? If So, Why?; Improving Satisfaction Levels: Playing a Political Game; Accountability and School Libraries: The Principal's Viewpoint; Vive la Difference: Gender, Motivation and Achievement; Integrated Library Program; Canadian Coalition for School Libraries Update; Block Grassroots Projects; On the Other Hand. School Libraries in Canada, 22(2):3-43.



Lance, K. C. (2002). Impact of school library media programs on academic achievement. Teacher Librarian 29(3):29-34.



Lance, K. C., et. al. (2004). Scientifically Based Research on School Libraries and Academic Achievement: What Is It? How Much of It Do We Have? How Can We Do It Better?. Knowledge Quest, 32(5):13-17.



Lance, K.C. (2006). Analyzing Relationships Between School Libraries and Academic Achievement.

http://www.lrs.org/documents/lmcstudies/TM10.pdf

Lance, K.C. et al. (2010). The Impact of School Libraries on Academic Achievement: A Research Study Based on Responses from Administrators in Idaho. School Library Monthly, 26(9):14-17.



Leading the way: virtual school libraries. (2010). Literacies, Learning & Libraries, 3(1).

http://albertaschoollibraries.pbworks.com/f/LiteraciesLearningLibraries+Vol3No1+pdf.pdf#page=41

Loertscher, D.V. (1993). Objective: Achievement. Solution: School Libraries. School Library Journal,39(5):30-33.



Lonsdale, M. (2003). Impact of school libraries on student achievement: a review of the research.

http://eric.ed.gov:80/PDFS/ED482253.pdf

Maliszewski, D. (2010). Factors that support the development of exemplary school library programs.

http://tldl.pbworks.com/f/Maliszewski+Capping+Paper+Final.pdf

Marchant, M.P. et al. (1984). Research into Learning Resulting from Quality School Library Media Service. School Library Journal, 30(8):20-22.



MacCulloch, J.R. (2006). Circulation Stats and Student Achievement: What is the Correlation? Medium, 31(1):8-30.



McCaffrey, M. (2005). Want More Influence? Use Research. School Library Journal, 51(6):7-8.



Menefee, M. (2009). The Changing Library. American School Board Journal, 196(8):32-35.



Nelson, J. (2010). Library Staffing Benefits Latino Student Achievement. CSLA Journal, 34(1):14-16.



Neuman, S. (n.d.). The Role of School Libraries in Elementary and Secondary Education.

http://www.laurabushfoundation.org/Neuman.pdf

Pauley, G. (2005). Turning the Page: Washington's Public School Library Study. Medium, 29(3):10-39.



Prevost, E.J. (2010). Developing a culture of inquiry in elementary schools: the role of the teacher-librarian.

http://www.elementaryed.ualberta.ca/en/GraduatePrograms/CappingInformationEDEL900/~/media/University%20of%20Alberta/Faculties/Education/Departments/Elementary%20Education/Documents/GraduateStudies/Capping_SamplePaper_Prevost.pdf

Proske, J. (2010). The virtual school libr@ary web site: a necessity for today's school library.

http://tldl.pbworks.com/f/Proske.pdf

Reynolds-Mixon, S. (2010). Florida Has Power-Library Schools. Library Media Connection, 29(1):32-33.



Rible, H. (2011). Why libraries are relevant in the digital age.

http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1000&context=cesp&sei-redir=1#search=%22libraries+and+achievement%22

Roberson, T. et al. (2003). Survey of the Influence of Mississippi School Library Programs on Academic Achievement: Implications for Administrator Preparation Programs. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 22(1):97-114.



Rosetis, M. (2006) School Libraries & Student Achievement in Ontario Research Study. IASL Newsletter, 35(3/4):9.



School libraries work!

http://listbuilder.scholastic.com/content/stores/LibraryStore/pages/images/SLW3.pdf

Scott, K.J. and L.A. Plourde (2007). School libraries and increased student achievement: what's the big idea? Education, 127(3):419-429.



Sinclair-Tarr, S. and W. Tarr, Jr. (2007). Using Large-Scale Assessments to Evaluate the Effectiveness of School Library Programs in California. Phi Delta Kappan, 88(9):710-711.



Small, R.V. et al. (2009) The Impact of New York's School Libraries on Student Achievement and Motivation: Phase I. School Library Media Research, 12.



Small, R.V. and J. Snyder (2009). The Impact of New York's School Libraries on Student Achievement and Motivation: Phase II--In-Depth Study. School Library Media Research, 12.



Small, R.V. and J. Snyder (2010). Research Instruments for Measuring the Impact of School Libraries on Student Achievement and Motivation. School Libraries Worldwide, 16(1):61-72.



Smalley, T.N. (2004). College success: high school librarians make the difference. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 30(3):193-198.

http://weloveschoollibraries.pbworks.com/f/Topsey+Smalley1.pdf

Smith, E.G. (2001). Texas school libraries: standards, resources, services and students' performance.

http://www.davidvl.org/LanceStudies/TXStudy.pdf

Smith, K.D. (n.d.). Building Student Learning through School Libraries.

http://www.laurabushfoundation.org/Smith.pdf

St. Lifer, E. (2004) Getting in the Principal's Face. School Library Journal, 50(10):11.



Stoddart, R. (2011). A Brief Statistical Snapshot of Idaho School Principals. The Idaho Librarian: A Publication of the Idaho Library Association, 61(1).

http://www.idaholibraries.org/idlibrarian/index.php/idaho-librarian/article/view/69/182

Stripling, B.K. (1992). Libraries for the National Education Goals.

http://eric.ed.gov:80/PDFS/ED345752.pdf

Tepe, A.E. and G. A. Geitgey. Student Learning Through Ohio School Libraries, Introduction: Partner-Leaders in Action. School Libraries Worldwide, 11(1):55-62.



Todd, R.J. and C.C. Kuhlthau (2004). Student Learning Through Ohio School Libraries: Background, Methodology and Report of Findings.

http://webfiles.rbe.sk.ca/rps/terrance.pon/OELMAReportofFindings.pdf

Todd, R. J., et. al. (2005). Student Learning Through Ohio School Libraries, Part 1: How Effective School Libraries Help Students. School Libraries Worldwide, 11(1):63-88.



Todd, R. J. (2007). School Administrators' Support for School Libraries: The Impact on Student Academic Achievement. Learning & Media, 35(1):13-16.



Todd, R.J. (2008). Youth and their Virtual Networked Worlds: Research Findings and Implications for School Libraries. School Libraries Worldwide, 14(2):19‐34.

http://asselindoiron.pbworks.com/f/14_2todd.pdf

Todd, R.J. The Evidence-Based Manifesto for School Librarians. School Library Journal, 54(4):38-43.



Ullah, S.Z. and M.S. Farooq (2008). Quality Libraries Produce Quality Learners Journal of Quality and Technology Management, 4(2):1-9.



W., L.B. (2006) Canada Links Libraries with Achievement. School Library Journal, 52(5):19-19.



Yutzey, S.D. (2010). Five Years Later: A Look at Building and Triangulating Evidence in a School Library. Library Media Connection, 29(1):14-16.



Zaleha, V.D. (2004) Case Study of the Timberline High School Library. PNLA Quarterly, 68(4):4-30.