November 24, 2015

How Do You Use Technology? School Library Journal Wants to Know



SLJ’s May 2011 cover featured our annual technology survey.

School Library Journal wants to better understand how K–12 librarians and media specialists use technology to enhance teaching and learning in their schools. Your response will help create important benchmarks that will enable school librarians nationwide to evaluate their level of service and advocate for increased resources. But you only have until tomorrow, March 29.

Follow this link to complete the Web-based form:

SLJ School Technology Survey

As a thank you for participating in this important research effort, you’ll be offered a chance to win an iPad mini.

Want to preview the survey first? View the PDF.

We encourage you to share this link with other school librarians in your district and beyond. SLJ will present the survey findings this fall. And who knows? You might make the cover.


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On October 14, 2015 Library Journal, School Library Journal, and thousands of library professionals from around the world gathered for the 6th annual Digital Shift virtual conference to focus on the challenges and opportunities presented by the digital transition’s impact on libraries, their communities, and partners. Now available on-demand, this year’s program provides actionable answers to some of the biggest questions our profession faces for and from libraries of all types – school, academic, and public and features thought-provoking keynotes from John Palfrey, author of BiblioTech: Why Libraries Matter More Than Ever in the Age of Google, and Denise Jacobs, tech leader, author, and creativity evangelist.
Kathy Ishizuka About Kathy Ishizuka

Kathy Ishizuka (, @kishizuka on Twitter) is Executive Editor of School Library Journal.

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