What Kind of Evidence-Based Practice Are You Using?

The upcoming Jan/Feb issue focuses on evidence-based practice. Articles explore active research, information literacy, enabling inquiry in a fixed schedule, innovation, and new tools to enable evidence-based practice.

In preparation for the Jan/Feb issue, we want to know which types of evidence-based practice you use. Take our survey and/or provide your thoughts on evidence-based practice below.

Which types of evidence-based practice have you used in the past year to shape your teaching or advocate for your library?

  • Evidence for practice (the research)
  • Evidence of practice (student learning outcomes)
  • Evidence in practice (your informed professional expertise)
  • I have not used any type of evidence-based practice

Let us know which type of evidence-based practice you use by taking the Jan/Feb KQ survey.

Be sure to also check out the survey results from the Nov/Dec Inquiry issue.

Author: Meg Featheringham, KQ Editor

Meg Featheringham is responsible for the development and production of the AASL journal, Knowledge Quest. When not working at AASL, Meg enjoys playing euchre, attending concerts and plays, spending time with family and friends, and reading (of course).

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