Are you under pressure to show outcomes from your youth library programs, but don’t know where to begin? Do you want to learn methods to capture qualitative and quantitative data about your programs beyond counting turnstile clicks? Join Josie Chang-Order and Tim Podkul, research team members from the Capturing Connected Learning in Libraries (CCLL) project, as they explore best practices for evaluating your connected learning programs and spaces. Library staff from all levels, particularly those involved in Youth Services, initiatives and programming, and/or assessment activities are encouraged to watch! The Capturing Connected Learning in Libraries (CCLL) project is a partnership with YALSA, YOUmedia Learning Labs network, and Los Angeles Public Library, and is funded by IMLS.

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Video #1 of 6

“Introductions”

The first video in our series introduces you to the Capturing Connected Learning in Libraries project, the research team, and some of our partner librarians!

Respond to the video questions from the end of the video here.



Video #2 of 6

“Outcomes”

Video 2 in our series explores how defining outcomes is an important first step to developing evaluation tools. Understanding which specific outcomes you, your funders, or your administrators are most interested in helps you work backwards to develop a theory for designing or improving your programs.

Respond to the video questions from the end of the video here.