To analyze how effective a teacher and counselor workshop at the library might work, here is literature to explore how the public library reaches out to patrons with educational workshops and classes:
- Dettmer, P. (1982). Preventing Burnout in Teachers of the Gifted. G/C/T, (21), 37-38,40-41.
- Haskell, J. E., & Morse, G. W. (2015). What Is Your Library Worth? Extension Uses Public Value Workshops in Communities. Journal Of Extension, 53(2).
- Sung, H., & Siraj-Blatchford, J. (2015). Supporting family learning and interaction through information and communications technology in public libraries in Taiwan. Journal Of Librarianship & Information Science, 47(4), 294. doi:10.1177/0961000614528967
- Delica, K., & Elbeshausen, H. (2013). Socio-Cultural Innovation through and by Public Libraries in Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods in Denmark: Concepts and Practices. Information Research: An International Electronic Journal, 18(3).
- Peich, A., & Fletcher, C. N. (2015). Public Libraries and Cooperative Extension as Community Partners for Lifelong Learning and Learning Cities. New Directions For Adult & Continuing Education, 2015(145), 45-55.
- Shrestha, S. s., & Krolak, L. l. (2015). The potential of community libraries in supporting literate environments and sustaining literacy skills. International Review Of Education / Internationale Zeitschrift Für Erziehungswissenschaft, 61(3), 399-418.
- Perry, C. A. (2014). Information Services to Older Adults: Initial Findings from a Survey of Suburban Libraries. Library Quarterly, 84(3), 348.