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Coulon, Alain (Dir.). (1993) L'évaluation des enseignements de méthodologie documentaire à l'Université de Paris VIII. Paris, Université de Paris VIII, Laboratoire de recherche ethnométhodologique, 1993. (2e éd. 1995)
Coulon, Alain. (1999) "Un instrument d'affiliation intellectuelle : l'enseignement de la méthodologie documentaire dans les premiers cycles universitaires." Bulletin des bibliothèques de France, 1999, T. 44, n°1, pp. 36-42. (Aussi en ligne- format PDF) http://www.enssib.fr/bbf/bbf-99-1/resu99-1fr.html
Coulon, Alain. (1997) Le métier d'étudiant: l'entrée dans la vie universitaire. Paris, Presses universitaires de France, 1997. (Politique d'aujourd'hui)
Coulon, Alain. (1996) "Penser, classer et catégoriser: l'efficacité de l'enseignement de méthodologie documentaire à l'université." Espace universitaire, n° 15, oct. 1996. http://www.ext.upmc.fr/urfist/coulon.htm Nouvelle URL !
Gruel, Louis. "Les conditions de réussite dans l'enseignement supérieur." OVE Infos, no 2, avril 2002. http://www.ove-national.education.fr/index.php?lang=fr&page=oveinfos.php&id=3
Allemang, John. 2003. "The missing link. Studies show that an old-fashioned educational tool -- the school library -- affects students' marks more than we think." The Globe and Mail, June 21, 2003, p. F8
American Association of School Librarians. Resource guides for school library media program development. Student Achievement. http://www.ala.org/aaslTemplate.cfm?Section=resourceguides&Template=/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=14760
Baughman, J.C. 2000. School Libraries and MCAS Scores. In: MCAS and School Libraries: Making the Connection, a Symposium sponsored by the Graduate School of Library and Information Science (Simmons College, Boston, Massachusetts: October 26th 2000) http://web.simmons.edu/~baughman/mcas-school-libraries/Baughman%20Paper.pdf
Baumbach, D. Making the Grade: The Status of School Library Media Centers in the Sunshine State and How They Contribute to Student Achievement, Oct 2003. (Florida)
Baxter, S.J. & Smalley, A.W. Check It Out! The Results of the School Library Media Program Census: Minnesota School Library Media Programs. St. Paul, Minn.: Metronet, 2003. (Divers résultats et divers formats)
Books + Teacher/TL Intervention = Reading Achievement. RESEARCH FINDING: Print rich environments in classrooms and libraries are essential to reading achievement but only with teachers trained in connecting children and books. http://www.teacherlibrarian.com/tltoolkit/what_works/works_v28_4.html
Burgin, R., Bracy, P.B. An Essential Connection: How Quality School Library Media Programs Improve Student Achievement in North Carolina, June 2003.
Colorado. Library Research Service. School Library Impact Studies. http://www.lrs.org/impact.php
"Dick and Jane Go to the Head Of the Class." School Library Journal, April 1, 2000. Article about the findings of the Colorado, Alaska and Pennsylvania studies. http://slj.reviewsnews.com/index.asp?layout=article&articleid=CA153041&publication=slj
Elley, W.B. 1992. How in the World Do Students Read? The Hague: International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement.
Farmer, Lesley. 2001. Information Literacy: a whole school reform approach. In: Anonymous Libraries and Librarians: making a difference in the knowledge age. 67th IFLA Council and General Conference (Boston, USA: August 16-25, 2001). http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla67/papers/019-106e.pdf
Froese, V. 1997. The Relationship of School Materials and Resources to Reading Literacy: an international perspective. In: Lighthall, L. and Haycock, K., (Eds.) Information Rich But Knowledge Poor? Emerging Issues for Schools and Libraries Worldwide: Research and Professional Papers Presented at the 26th Annual conference of the International Association of School Librarianship (IASL) held in Conjunction with the Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada: July 6-11, 1997), pp. 283-303. Seattle, Washington : IASL
Hall-Ellis, S.D. and Berry, M.A. 1995. School Library Media Centers and Academic Achievement in South Texas. Texas Library Journal 71 (2):94-7.
Hartzell, Gary. Why Should Principals Support School Libraries? Teacher Librarian, Dec. 2003.
Voir aussi : ERIC DIGEST ED470034
Hartzell, Gary. 2002. "What's It Take?" White House Conference on School Libraries, June 4, 2002. http://www.laurabushfoundation.org/Hartzell.pdf Nouvelle URL !
Hatzell, Gary. "Capitalizing on the School Library's Potential to Positively Affect Student Achievement. A sampling of resources for administrators." White House Conference on School Libraries, June 4, 2002. 26 p. http://www.fcps.edu/DIS/LMS/news/flexible_scheduling/pdfs/white_house_conf_resources.pdf Nouvelle URL !
Haycock, Ken. 1992. "Research findings." In: What works: research about teaching and learning through the school's library resource center. Seattle, WA; Vancouver: Rockland Press, 1992, pp. 13-16.
Haycock, Ken. 1995. "Research in Teacher-Librarianship and the Institutionalization of Change." School Library Media Quarterly, vol. 23, no 4, Summer 1995, pp. 227-233.
Haycock, Ken. 2003. The Crisis in Canada¹s Schools Libraries. The Case for Reform and Re-Investment. A report for the Association of Canadian Publishers. Toronto: Association of Canadian Publishers, June 2003. 54 p. (Funded by: Association of Canadian Publishers and the Department of Canadian Heritage) http://www.peopleforeducation.com/librarycoalition/Report03.pdf
Hopkins, D.M. 1999. The School Library Collection: an essential building block to teaching and learning. School Libraries Worldwide 5 (2):1-15.
Krashen, Stephen D. 1995. "School Libraries, Public Libraries, and the NAEP Reading Scores." School Library Media Quarterly, vol. 23, no 4, Summer 1995, pp. 235-237.
Kuhlthau, C.C. 1999. Student Learning in the Library: what library power librarians say. School Libraries Worldwide, 5 (2):80-96.
Lance, Keith Curry. 2001. Proof of the Power: Recent Research on the Impact of School Library Media Programs on the Academic Achievement of U.S. Public School Students. (ERIC Digest ED456861]
Lance, Keith Curry. 1994. "The Impact of School Library Media Centers on Academic Achievement." School Library Media Quarterly, 22, no. 3 (Spring 1994): 167-170, 172. http://www.ala.org/aasl/SLMR/slmr_resources/select_lance.html
Lance, Keith Curry. 2002. "What Research Tells Us About the Importance of School Libraries." In: White House Conference on School Libraries, June 4, 2002.
Lance, Keith Curry; Loertsher, David V. Powering Achievement: School Library media Programs Make a Difference. 2nd ed. Hi Willow Research and Publishing, 2003. - voir aussi : accompanying Web site to the book
Lance, Keith Curry, and others. 1999. Information Empowered: The School Librarian as an Agent of Academic Achievement in Alaska Schools. Juneau: Alaska State Library, 1999 ) Executive summary of Library Research Service study of school libraries in Alaska. http://www.library.state.ak.us/dev/infoemp.html
Lance, Keith Curry, Marcia J. Rodney and Christine Hamilton-Pennell. 2000. How School Librarians Help Kids Achieve Standards. Denver: Library Research Service, 2000. http://www.lrs.org/documents/lmcstudies/CO/execsumm.pdf
Lance, Keith Curry, Marcia J. Rodney and Christine Hamilton-Pennell. 2002. Make the Connection: Quality School Library Media Programs Impact Academic Achievement in Iowa. Bettendorf, Iowa: Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency, 2002. http://www.aea9.k12.ia.us/download/04/aea_statewide_study.pdf
Lance, Keith Curry, Marcia J. Rodney and Christine Hamilton-Pennell. 2000. Measuring Up to Standards: The Impact of School Libraries & Information Literacy in Pennsylvania Schools. Greensburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Citizens for Better Libraries, 2000. Library Research Service study of school libraries in Pennsylvania. http://www.lrs.org/documents/lmcstudies/PA/pabrochure.pdf
Lance, Keith Curry; Rodney, Marcia J,; Hamilton-Pennell, Christine. 2001. The Oregon Study: Good schools have good librarians. Oregon Educational Media Association. 2001. http://www.oema.net/Oregon_Study/OR_Study.htm
Lance, Keith Curry, Welborn, L. and Hamilton-Pennell, C. 1993. The Impact of School Library Media Centers on Academic Achievement. Castlerock, Colorado: Hi Willow Research and Publishing.
"Library Media Specialists & Technology Linked to Higher CSAP Test Scores" (August 15, 1998) http://www.lrs.org/documents/fastfacts/141LMTST.PDF
"Library Power Program Evaluation."School Libraries Worldwide, vol. 5, no 2, July 1999 (no thématique Loertscher, David V. "Objective: achievement. Solution: school libraries. School library journal, vol. 39, May 1993, pp. 30-33. (cite études Lance et Krashen)
Loersher, David V. School Library Media Programs and Academic Achievement : A Bibliography and Availability List, March 2005.
Lonsdale, Michele. Impact of School Libraries on Student Achievement: a Review of the Research. Report for the Australian School Library Association. Australian Council for Educational Research, Melbourne, March 2003. http://www.asla.org.au/research/index.htm
Manzo, Kathleen Kennedy. 2000. Study Shows Rise in Test Scores Tied to School Library Resources. Education week, March 22, 2000.
Markless, S. and Streatfield, D. (2000) The Really Effective College Library (Library and Information Commission Research Report 51). Twickenham: Information Management Associates for the Library and Information Commission.
Martin, M.O. and Morgan, M. 1994. Reading Literacy in Irish Schools: a comparative analysis. The Irish Journal of Education, 28 1-101.
Moore, Penny. 2002. "An Analysis of Information Literacy Education Worldwide." In: White Paper prepared for UNESCO, the U.S. National Commission on Libraries and Information Science, and the National Forum on Information Literacy, for use at the Information Literacy Meeting of Experts, Prague, The Czech Republic, September 20-23, 2003. (En ligne) Adresse URL: http://www.nclis.gov/libinter/infolitconf&meet/papers/moore-fullpaper.pdf
Novljan, S. 1998. Pupils' Reading is Better in Schools with a Librarian: evidence from Slovenia. Journal of Research in Reading, 21 (3):228-31.
Oberg, D. 1999. A Library Power Case Study of Lakeside Elementary School, Chattanooga, Tennessee. School Libraries Worldwide, 5 (2):63-79.
Olen, S. 1995. Academic Success and School Library Use. School Libraries Worldwide, 1 (1):69-79.
The Ontario Library Association. School Libraries and Student Achievement in Ontario. A study by Queen's University and People for Education. Toronto, ON: OSLA, April 2006. http://www.peopleforeducation.com/reports/library/OLAstudy.pdf Nouveau !
School Libraries Making a Difference. Special brochure by the Department for Education and Skills (DfES), the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP), the Association of Senior Children's and Education Librarians (ASCEL) and the School Library Association (SLA) http://www.schoollibrariesadvocacy.org.uk/
Scholastic Research and Results. School Libraries Work! Revised 2006. 24 p.
Siminitus, Jackie. 2002. "California School Library Media Centers and Student Achievement: A Survey of Issues and Network Applications" http://www.kn.pacbell.com/survey/k12libraries.pdf
Smith, Ester G. 2001. Texas School Libraries: standards, resources, services and students' performance. Prepared by Ester G. Smith for Texas State Library and Archives Commission. Austin, TX: EGS Research & Consulting, April 2001. http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/ld/pubs/schlibsurvey/index.html
Streatfield, D. and Markless, S. (1994) Invisible Learning? The Contribution of School Libraries to Teaching and Learning (British Library Research and Development, Library and Information Research Report 98). London: British Library Research and Development Department.
"Student Use of Library Media Programs Key to NAEP Success" (October 6, 1998) http://www.lrs.org/documents/fastfacts/149NAEP.PDF
Tallman, J.I. and Tastad, S. 1998. Library Power: a potent agent to change in media programs. School Libraries Worldwide, 4 (1):33-49.
Tastad, S. and Tallman, J. 1997. Library Power as a Vehicle for the Evolution of Change. In: Lighthall, L. And Haycock, K., (Eds.) Information Rich But Knowledge Poor? Emerging Issues for Schools and Libraries Worldwide: Research and Professional Papers Presented at the 26th Annual conference of the International Association of School Librarianship (IASL) held in Conjunction with the Association for Teacher-Librarianship in Canada (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada: July 6-11, 1997), pp. 153-161. Seattle, Washington: IASL.
Thomas, Nancy Pickering. 1999. "Library and information science (LIS) research: measuring student achievement." In: Information literacy and information skills instruction. Applying research into practice in the school library media center. Englewood, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited, 1999, pp. 144-148.
Todd, Ross J. 2002. School librarian as teachers: learning outcomes and evidence-based practice. IFLA 2002.
Bibliothécaire scolaire comme enseignant : résultats de l'apprentissage et évidence dérivée de la pratique.
Todd, Ross; Kuhlthau, Carol C. 2004. "Student Learning through Ohio School Libraries: The Ohio Research Study. (Fichier PowerPoint)
Trudel, Raymonde. 1996. "La bibliothèque scolaire peut-elle faire la différence pour améliorer la réussite scolaire des élèves ?" Argus, vol. 24, no 2, mai-août 1995, pp. 23-27.
U.S. National Commission on Libraries and Information Science. Commission Statement on Value of School Libraries: Why Care About School Libraries? March 22, 2005. 2 p.
Vallender, E.J. 2000. Measuring the Contribution of a Secondary School Library to Successful Teaching and Learning. University of Plymouth . Unpublished Master of Education (MEd) dissertation.
Webb, N.L. and Doll, C.A. 1999. Contributions of Library Power to Collaborations between Librarians and Teachers. School Libraries Worldwide, 5 (2):29-44.
"What Difference Does A School Library Media Specialists Make" (October 18, 1995; revised November 28, 1995) http://www.lrs.org/documents/fastfacts/lmc112.pdf
"Well-Managed Library Media Programs That Cooperate With Local Public Libraries Linked to Higher CSAP Test Scores" (October 7, 1998)
Whelan, Debra Lau. 2004. "13,000 Kids Can't Be Wrong." School library journal, February 2004.
Williams, D A; Wavell, C. (2001) Impact of the School Library Resource Centre on Learning. Final report of a research project funded by Re:source: The Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries. Aberdeen: The Robert Gordon University, 2001. (Library and Information Commission Research, Report 112) http://www.rgu.ac.uk/files/SLRCreport.pdf
Williams, Dorothy; Wavell, Caroline; Coles, Louisa. (2001) Impact of Secondary School Libraries on attainment and learning: critical literature review. Final report of a study funded by Department for Education & Skills and Resource: the Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries. Aberdeen: The Robert Gordon University for DfES and Re:source http://www.rgu.ac.uk/files/Impact%20of%20School%20Library%20Services1%2Epdf
Williams, Dorothy; Wavell, Caroline; Coles, Louisa. (2002) Impact of School Library Services on attainment and learning in primary schools. London: Resource, The Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries and Dept for Education & Skills, 2002. http://www.rgu.ac.uk/files/ACF1C8D.pdf
Zweizig, D.L. and Hopkins, D.M. 1999. Lessons from Library Power. Enriching Teaching and Learning. An Initiative of the DeWitt Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund. Englewood, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited, Inc.
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