CLS ProQuest Innovation in College Librarianship Award
A $3,000 donation by ProQuest. The award is administered by the College Libraries Section of ACRL and is presented at the ALA Annual Conference.
As nominee(s), the librarian(s) must have demonstrated a capacity for innovation in working with or serving undergraduates or instructors in the areas of programs, services, and operations; or creating innovations for library colleagues that facilitate their ability to better serve the library’s community.
Any member of ALA is eligible for this award.
At least one applicant must have at least three years academic library experience.
Applicant(s) must be in an academic library setting primarily serving undergraduates.
Applicant could either be an individual or team with the primary applicant having three years of experience.
Nomination Proccess & Submissions
Electronic submissions are required. All electronic attachments should be emailed to CLSawardcommittee@gmail.com. Nominations should include the following:
Name, address, e-mail and phone number of self-applicant or the person you are nominating.
Letter supporting the nomination including (no more than 1,000 words):
Written description of the project explaining what made it innovative;
Written description of its impact;
What could other librarians learn from your experience?
Provide supplemental materials for the committee to understand the purpose, content, impact and innovation (limit of three items).
CV is required.
Letter of recommendation, if appropriate.
Completion of the online form.
Submission Deadline: Friday, December 7, 2012
Information and Assistance
Questions or requests for assistance in compiling an nomination should be directed to Amy E. Badertscher, Director of Library Services, Kenyon College Libraries, T: (740) 427-5605, E-mail: email@example.com or Jessica O'Brien, Technology and Learning Support Librarian, Lenoir-Rhyne University Carl A. Rudisill Library, T: (828) 328-7452, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or Casey Kinson, email@example.com.
2013 - Erin T. Smith and Jamie P. Kohler, both of the Westminster College McGill Library
2012 - Anne Burke, Adrienne Lai, and Adam Rogers, all of North Carolina State University Libraries
2011 - Catherine Haras and Teresa Portilla Omidsalar, both of California State University at Los Angeles
2010 - Sigrid Kelsey and Angela K. VandenBroek, both of Louisiana State University
2009 - Bruce Connolly and Gail Golderman, both of Union College