- Pleased Patrons: CTBL Maintains Excellent Service Record
- More Opportunities, Lower Pay: 2012 Insights from Library Jobline
- Early Literacy Information on Colorado Public Library Websites
- Colorado School Libraries and the Use of Web Technologies, 2011-2012
- 21st-Century Instruction Strategies in Colorado School Libraries
- Colorado Talking Book LibraryPatron Satisfaction Survey Report, 2012
- The Public Computer Centers Project: Coloradans Benefit from Access and Training
- What is the Value of an MLIS to You?
- 2011 AskColorado and AskAcademic Evaluation
- Change in School Librarian Staffing Linked with Change in CSAP Reading Performance
- No open surveys at this time
The Library Research Service generates library statistics and research for library and education professionals, public officials, and the media. LRS reports and analyzes statistics on school, public, and academic libraries, and conducts studies on major library issues that are reported in the Fast Facts and Closer Look series. Topics of continuing interest to the LRS and its clients are the impact of school librarians on student achievement, public libraries and the use of web technologies, and the changing library workforce.
LRS is a unit of the Colorado State Library, which is an office of the Colorado Department of Education. Additionally, LRS works in partnership with the University of Denver Library, Morgridge College of Education, Library and Information Science Program to offer research fellowships to current MLIS students.
LRS partners with the University of Denver, Morgridge College of Education Library and Information Science Program to provide Research Fellowships to current LIS students