Tell your SRC Story - submit your end of program data
By Administrator | 3 February 2017
Congratulations on the successful delivery of your Summer Reading Club (SRC) programs!
It is hard to believe that our summer of Heroes and Villains has come to an end.
It is now time to hang up your capes, tap into your inner hero, reflect on your programs and share the outcomes of your Summer Reading Club activities.
Each year, State Library of Queensland (SLQ) collates an annual Summer Reading Club Report, highlighting the outcomes of the program, to share with the Australian Public Library Alliance (APLA), (part of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) and the peak body for public libraries in Australia).
APLA continues to champion the Summer Reading Club as one of their most successful reading and literacy campaigns.
Last year 55% of participating Queensland Council library services (including Indigenous Knowledge Centres) returned their program data. We can do better this year can’t we?
The provision of feedback, anecdotes and data helps SLQ tell your story and experience of delivering the Summer Reading Club to APLA, assists in making sure the program reflects your needs and those of the children and young people in your community, helps to continue to improve the quality of the national SRC program and ensures that the program is built on an evidence-based approach to decision making.
The sharing of your data also helps SLQ to advocate for Queensland public libraries and support delivery of programming.
We look forward to sharing the outcomes of the 2016 Heroes and Villains program with you shortly!
To submit your end of program data, click here.
The survey will remain open until Friday, 17 February, 2017.
Your email address will not be published.