Independent Evaluation of eSmart Libraries 2017

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The Western Sydney University recently undertook an evaluation of eSmart Libraries looking at results from 2017. 

The Western Sydney University has released an independent report praising the Alannah & Madeline Foundation's eSmart Libraries program.

The user survey of over 1000 people not only produced evidence of eSmart’s outstanding behaviour change results but also some tremendous general feedback from librarians, library users and Council staff.

The executive summary within the Evaluation Report, conducted by Western Sydney University outlines the findings and shares case studies on the program’s implementation success across the nation. 

Download the infographic here.

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