SLA EUROPE: CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR INFORMATION PROFESSIONAL AWARD 2009
15.02.2009 The Award, now in its 16th year, recognises outstanding achievement in the information profession. Nominees must demonstrate (in writing) the contribution they have made to the profession: by developing an innovative concept or a new service, or by authoring a major paper which has led to a better appreciation of the role of information among users of their service or a wider audience.
The winner of SLA Europe IP receives an expenses-paid trip to the next SLA
Conference, which will be held in Washington, DC, 14-17 June, 2009. 2009 is
SLA's Centennial year so the Conference promises to be extra special.
In return, the Award winner will represent SLA Europe for the year that they
are in office; this involves attending key meetings and giving a number of
presentations, as well as writing for the SLA Europe Newsletter.
Nominees should be an established member of the information profession,
living and working in Europe; they do not have to be a member of SLA Europe.