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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS:

2014 NYLA  SMART  AWARDS

 The NYLA  SMART (Section on Management of Information Resources and Technology) Board  seeks nominations for our annual awards.   Please give some consideration to the award descriptions below and send us your nominations!

 1.) SMART Ellen C. Rappaport Professional Achievement Award
The purpose of this award is to recognize the outstanding professional achievements of a current or former member of the Section on Management of Information Resources and Technology (SMART). A recipient shall have been a member of the Section for a minimum of three years and shall have made outstanding contributions in one or more of the following areas: acquisitions, cataloging, circulation, collection management, conservation/preservation, serials control, or automation. The recipient selected by the Section’s award committee will receive a plaque and award of $100 to be presented at the NYLA Annual Conference.

To apply, please supply:

  • Nominee’s name, title, employer, e-mail,  work address and telephone number
  • Briefly describe, in an accompanying letter, the candidate’s contributions.

 Send this information by July 15, 2014to Mary Edgerton (address below).

 OR:

Submit your nomination (by July 15, 2014) using this online form:

SMART Ellen C. Rappaport Professional Achievement Award:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Xor57042Uy18CtvwlOh7qaRftIiztax06Js0UiQ-qKc/viewform

  2.) The Teresa StrozikAward for Innovation in Library Technology

 Teresa Strozik exemplified leadership within the New York State library community through innovations in technical services.  In 2009, the SMART Board created this award to honor Teresa and those who follow in her path.

This award recognizes a current NYLA member for the innovative use of technology in a library or information setting.  The recipient of this award is one who  embraces new and emerging technologies by incorporating them into their work and/or programs.    For the purposes of this award, technology may be defined as traditional library technologies (cataloging, ILL, ILS, etc.) or other technologies (websites, communication tools, etc.).  The recipient selected by the Section’s award committee will receive a plaque and award of $100 to be presented at the NYLA Annual Conference.   The recipient will also be asked to give a brief overview of his or her technology innovation during the  NYLA Annual Conference.

To apply, please supply:

  • Nominee’s name, title, employer, e-mail,  work address and telephone number
  • Brief employment history
  • A description of the candidate’s innovative use of technology    stating the benefits or impact of the  technology usage

Send this information by July 15, 2014to Mary Edgerton (address below).

OR:

Submit your nomination (by  July 15, 2014)   using this online form:

Teresa Strozik  Award for Innovation in Library Technology:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1LFaAzJKrv-RsZNvhs8-0eAyM0HuvahhMD65_BWHPaDY/viewform

 

3.) The NYLA Dewey Fellowship Award

Apply now and receive funds to attend the NYLA Conference November 5, 2012-November 8, 2014  in Saratoga Springs!

TheSMART section is   one of  three sections eligible this year for awarding the Dewey Fellowship Award to attend the NYLA Annual Conference in 2014.   Dewey Fellows are chosen on a basis of the following criteria: 1) Five or more years of experience as a librarian, (MLS not required), 2) record of accomplishment in library profession, and 3) involvement in activities to advance the library community. The Dewey Fellowship pays for up to $1000 of the cost of attendance at the NYLA Annual Conference.  Additionally, each Dewey Fellow will receive a $100 Gift Certificate for use at the NYLA Store, and will be acknowledged on NYLA’s website, at the Annual Conference and in the NYLA Bulletin.

 

To apply,   please provide the following information:

  • Nominee’s name, title,  address,  phone number and e-mail,
  • Years of experience,
  • Briefly provide the following in support of this nomination:
  • Nominee’s accomplishments in library profession:
  • Nominee’s contribution to the library community (i.e. involvement in Section and/or NYLA):

Send this information by July 15, 2014  to Mary Edgerton (address below).

OR:

Submit your nomination (by July 15, 2014)   using this online form:

The NYLA Dewey Fellowship Award

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1k2Xpp-gfIQBKXPDlc9HdjSNsEYNcwBCmNdObp1e_3qs/viewform

Mary Edgerton

Chair, Awards Ccommittee

NYLA/ SMART

e-mail:     edgertonmlibrary@gmail.com

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