This article describes a collaborative project designed to use action research to assess and advocate for innovative design changes in a school library. The high school library was in its fifth year of service, and yet the layout of the library was not meeting the learning and technological needs of 21st-century high school students. The purpose of the codesigned study was to create a more useable space and make the school library an indispensable part of the school.
Harper, Meghan; Deskins, Liz (2015). Using Action Research to Assess and Advocate for Innovative School Library Design. Knowledge Quest 44(2) 25-33. Retrieved from https://oaks.kent.edu/article/using-action-research-assess-and-advocate-innovative-school-library-design