Margaret E. Monroe Library Adult Services Award
Award and Frequency
The Margaret E. Monroe Award is a citation presented to a librarian who has made significant contributions to library adult services.
The individual may be practicing librarian, a library and information science researcher or educator, or a retired librarian who has brought distinction to the profession's understanding and practice or services for adults.
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The criteria for "significant contributions" will be judged by such factors as publications, leadership, measurable effectiveness of programs, influence on others, and creative and innovative concepts.