Summer Library Program Evaluation
- Created on Wednesday, 10 July 2013 17:10
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2014 20:09
The Summer Library Program Evaluation form is requested across the state. The information collected from the Summer Library Program Evaluation could impact future funding of the summer program from the State Library/LSTA grant. Please complete and submit your evaluation by August 26, 2014 so your statistics can be inlcuded in the State Library report.
The first portion of the evaluation contains questions regarding the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP). The remaining questions are for CKLS information. Please complete and submit the entire evaluation. Failure to submit your evaluation by the August 26th deadline could result in your CKLS Summer Library Program Incentive Grant being reduced (See the CKLS 2014 System Plan, page 14).
Summer Library Program Online Sample (pdf) (opens in a new window) This sample contains all the questions you will be asked on the Online Evaluation Form. You may print out this page to assist you in completing and submitting the Online Evaluation Form.
Summer Library Program Online Evaluation Form You are not able to save and come back to the form or to print it out- it must be completed and submitted in one sitting. After you complete and submit the Online Evaluation Form you will receive an email with a printable pdf version of the information you entered in the Online Form. You may print this pdf for your paper records. You will also receive a personalized email confirming your entries. Please note that numerical entries need to be rounded up to the next whole number and should not include dollar symbols or decimal points. Dollar amounts should be entered as 42, not $42.17. You must also enter an answer for every question, even if it does not apply to your library.
Summer Library Program Evaluation Testimonial page (pdf) (opens in a new window) Print out this Testimonial page to give to parents, teachers, school administrators, etc. The Testimonial is outcomes-based evidence, which can be statistical or anecdotal statements that demonstrate the value of the Summer Library Program to specific children, to schoolwork, or to the benefit of the local community. The testimonial is not a list of the activities or library events during Summer Library Program and is not provided by the librarian. Summer Library Program Testimonial Examples
Summer Library Program Testimonial Online Form You may copy and paste any Testimonials you received into this form. Space is provided for four testimonials. You are not able to save and come back to the form or to print it out- it must be completed and submitted in one sitting. After you complete and submit the Testimonial Online Evaluation Form you will receive an email with a printable pdf version of the information you entered in the Online Form. You may print this pdf for your paper records. You will also receive a personalized email confirming your entries. Deadline to submit testimonials is August 26, 2014.
Young Adult Summer Library Program
- Created on Tuesday, 15 February 2011 19:38
- Last Updated on Thursday, 01 May 2014 16:29
The Young Adult Summer Library Program is for school ages grade 6 through high school. The program is developed to offer constructive incentives for teens to visit the library and to read.
The emphasis on reading is for the pure joy of reading and not for worrying about reading grade levels and book reports. By offering the summer program in the public libraries, the teens will have available to them a wide range of materials. We may never form an avid reader from among all the teens but they will possess a degree of library literacy and the importance of libraries in their communities for the rest of their lives.
The philosophy of the System is to develop a fun, informative, non-competitive theme related summer library program. The reluctant, or poor reader will consider a competative program as an overwhelming hurdle and won't even come into the library to sign up for the program.
Collaborative Summer Library Program
Rules of use
Upcoming and Past Young Adult Summer Library Program Themes
2014 - Spark a Reaction 2013 - Beneath the Surface
2012 - Own the Night
2011 - You Are Here
2010 - Make Waves @ Your Library
2009 - Express Yourself @ Your Library (Brad Sneed, artist)
2008 - Metamorphosis @ Your Library (Jan Duursema, artist)
2007 - YNK @ Your Library (Russell Walks, artist)
2006 - Creature Feature (Russell Walks, artist)
2005 - Joust Read (Doug Keith, artist)