SCLA Outstanding Librarian Award Nomination
The SCLA Outstanding Librarian Award recognizes and honors a mid-career librarian who has initiated or developed an imaginative or creative program, service, or work of enduring value, for the effective use of or increased interest in libraries or a particular library. Such contributions may include excellence in leadership, significant professional writing, instrumental role in building programs, promotion of the profession through teaching or influence, etc.
This award will be presented at the annual SCLA Conference to a deserving nominee that meets the following criteria:
- The recipient must be a “Librarian” as defined by the Awards Committee and the SCLA Executive board, actively serving in any type of library in South Carolina – academic, public, school, or special
- The award will recognize contributions made within the five years preceding January 1 of the award year.
- Nominees must be current members of SCLA. Individuals may nominate themselves or be nominated by others.
The deadline for nominations is Wednesday, September 30, 2020.
Questions? Contact SCLA Past-President, Amanda Stone
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