Routledge Distance Learning Librarianship Conference Sponsorship Award
This conference sponsorship award honors any individual ACRL member working in the field of, or contributing to the success of distance learning librarianship or related library service in higher education.
The award is administrated by the ACRL Distance Learning Section (DLS).
A plaque to honor the winner’s achievements and $1,200 to attend the ALA Annual Conference sponsored by Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
Nominees should have demonstrated achievements in one or more of the following areas:
- Contribution to or support for distance learning librarianship and library services, e.g., service to students and faculty, publications, training, innovation and/or leadership
- Consultation services in support of higher education distance students and programs beyond the traditional library boundaries
- Training of faculty and staff who support library services for distance students
- Advocacy at decision-making levels, especially in funding and policy development as related to distance learning librarianship
- Work with outside agencies in support of students learning at a distance
- Significant research and publication in areas of distance learning librarianship
- Planning and implementation of distance learning library programs of such exemplary quality that they serve as a model for others.
Submission Deadline: December 5, 2014
Applicants or nominators must send one completed copy of the award nomination form (fillable PDF file) (ACRL Distance Learning Section) to the DLS Award Chair, Jennifer C. Hill, Johns Hopkins University, T: (410) 516-8823, E-mail: email@example.com. Self-nominations are also encouraged.
Submissions must also include three letters of nomination or support (maximum two pages double spaced in 12 point Times New Roman font) and a current resume/curricula vitae (CV). Completed applications and all supporting materials must be received by the specified deadline. Incomplete submissions will not be considered.
If possible, please submit a high resolution photo of the nominee (at least 300 dpi). The photo will be used to make the official winner announcement immediately after the ALA Midwinter Meeting.
View the full award committee roster here.
2014 – Frederick Stielow, American Public University System
2013 – Jane M. Hutton, West Chester University
2012 – Johanna Ruth Tuñón, Nova Southeastern University
2011 – Cassandra Kvenild, University of Wyoming
2010 – Thomas E. Abbott, University of Maine at Augusta
2009 – Jack Fritts, Benedictine University
2008 – Harvey Gover, Washington State University Tri-Cities
2007 – Anne Marie Casey, Central Michigan University
2006 – Monica Hines Craig, Central Michigan University
2005 – Martha Kreszock, Appalachian State University
2004 – Susan S. Lowe, University of Maine System