Website: Margaret K. Merga's Research Dr Margaret K. Merga has continued to show her support of school libraries and the important role of school library staff. Dr Merga has conducted an array of research, including the reading habits and attitudes of teens, the role of the teacher librarian, the importance of reading, and so much … Continue reading Website: Margaret K Merga’s Research
Website: National Library of NZ Reading For Pleasure - A Door to Success "Aside from the sheer joy of exercising the imagination, research shows reading for pleasure improves literacy, social skills, health, and learning outcomes." This website outlines the many benefits of reading for pleasure and offers many links to supporting research. Visit the National … Continue reading Website: NatLib NZ Reading for Pleasure – A Door To Success
Website: Canadian School Libraries Canadian School Libraries (CSL) is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to professional research and development in the field of the school library learning commons in Canada. The website provides a range of professional resources and updates on their national projects. Of particular note is their page about excellent school libraries and … Continue reading Website: Canadian School Libraries
Website: Save School Librarians Taking action to support school libraries and librarians across the US, the Save School Librarians site offers updates on their nation-wide and state-based campaigns. Save School Libraries website. Looking for more research? Return to Research Page School libraries matter logo Working together to ensure that all children have access to a quality … Continue reading Website: Save School Librarians
Website: Literacy Matters! "The Literacy Matters! portal is for teachers, librarians and researchers to use advocacy and research purposes on the importance of literacy and reading." The Literacy Matters! website was developed to support the literacy matters campaign for IFLA – Literacy and Reading section in support of the United Nations 2030 Agenda. It lists reports, … Continue reading Website: Literacy Matters!