In accordance with the NYS commissioner of Education's regulations, we are required to conduct a system evaluation each year and to include the results in our annual report to the State Education Department. The results will also be used in planning for the next school year.

Please complete this evaluation by June 1, 2015.

* 1. Please check all that apply:

* 2. How many different buildings do you currently work in?

* 3. How long have you been working in your current building(s)?

* 4. How long have you worked in your current district?

* 5. Are you working in a full-time or part-time position?

* 6. How long have you worked as an SLMS?

* 7. Please check all that apply. Does your library have:

* 8. Is your library automated?

* 9. How many computers are available in your library for student use?

* 10. Has your library achieved Statewide Internet Library-ready status and at which level(s)?

* 11. Please check all that apply. What form of interlibrary loan have you used?

* 12. I have used interlibrary loan for: (select all that apply)

* 13. Indicate delivery methods used for interlibrary loans.

* 14. How many stops at your school per week for pick-up or delivery?

* 15. How much has ILL helped improve your ability to provide resources?

* 16. Please report on your library's interlibrary loan activity.

* 17. What do you do to showcase your school library program? (select all that apply)

* 18. When do you provide extra support to students? (select all that apply)

* 19. What percentage of your work week is devoted to the following tasks?

  10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%
Working one-to-one with students
Working with a class of students
Working with the teaching staff
Enhancing your school library program (curriculum related, planning, professional development)
Clerical duties (shelving, processing books)
Collection development and cataloging
Other school assigned duties (not library related)

* 20. Does your library have a Career or Job & Education or College center/collection?

* 21. Did you use the State Education Department "School Library Media Program Evaluation" (SLMPE) rubric to evaluate your library program this year?

* 22. If you completed the SLMPE rubric, did you review the results with your school administrator?

* 23. How would you rate your communication with your district liaison?

* 24. How would you rate your communication with other member libraries?

* 25. How would you rate your communication with the SLS?

* 26. Have you received emails from SLS?

* 27. If yes, has this communication helped you professionally?

* 28. I would like to receive emails from SLS related to:

* 29. With the recent district budget vote, what has happened to your library budget?

* 30. Has the SLS contributed to your professional development?

* 31. Which opportunities for professional development did you participate in this year?

* 32. In planning for the next school year which professional development opportunities would interest you? (select all that apply)

* 33. What speakers would you like to hear?

* 34. Do you have knowledge and/or experience on a particular topic that you would like to share with your colleagues as part of staff development next year?

* 35. I would like the SLS Director to visit my school next year

* 36. WSBOCES has provided access to TeachingBooks.net this year. Please include all types of use.

* 37. Please rate the ease of use of the "Online Resources Pricelist" for ordering products through SLS.

* 38. Did you visit the SLS website this year? If yes, what sections were you looking for?

* 39. How would you rate the overall impact of the SLS on your library programs?

* 40. The SLS Director is responsive to issues and concerns voiced by member library media specialists.

* 41. Describe one goal you have for your library media center for next year, and state how the SLS could help you achieve that goal.

* 42. Please list any additional comments or suggestions for SLS improvement here:

* 43. Thank you.

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