Evaluating Connected Learning in Libraries
The Capturing Connected Learning in Libraries (CCLL) project—a research and practice collaboration between the Connected Learning Lab, CU Boulder, SRI International, Los Angeles Public Library (LAPL), YALSA, and YOUmedia—enables libraries to better assess learning outcomes for their connected learning programs and spaces, and it boosts their ability to use evaluation data to improve their programs. It is focused on identifying challenges connected learning programs face and helpful ways of addressing those challenges. This project is generously funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Rockwood Makerspace at Multnomah County Library
The Studio at Anythink Libraries: A Case Study in Evaluating Connected Learning in Libraries
Chang-Order, Josephina, Penuel, William R., Wortman, Amanda, Harris, Michael, Van Horne, Katie, Widman, Sari and Melia Repko-Erwin. 2019. The Studio at Anythink Libraries. Irvine, CA: Connected Learning Alliance.