ACRL-Oregon K12/Academic Collaboration Scholarship Application
ACRL-Oregon seeks to foster collaboration between academic and school library workers. The role of school libraries is vitally important and is in many ways interrelated with the work of academic libraries and the students we all serve. Up to $1,000 is available per year for this scholarship. Applications will be reviewed at two points during the year--or until the money runs out.

How can the scholarship be used?
This funding opportunity covers any collaboration between at least one school library employee and at least one academic library worker that the applicant(s) can make a good case for. This includes, but is not limited to:
* Sponsorship to attend, exhibit, or present at a relevant conference (OASL, regional conferences, or others).
* Creation of programming, such as a conference, workshop, unconference, or pre-conference.
* Work on a collaborative research project.
* Something else we haven’t thought of!

For examples of past awards, see the following posts on the ACRL-Oregon blog:
* Paige Battle and Lori Wamsley, 2015: http://acrloregon.org/2015/11/19/oasl-2015-fall-conference-presentation-partnering-for-student-success-earning-college-credit-in-the-library/
* Delia Wallis and Jacquelyn Ray, 2016: https://acrloregon.org/2016/12/05/congratulations-to-the-winners-of-the-acrl-or-schoolacademic-librarian-collaboration-scholarship/
* Richenda Hawkins and Jean Gritter, 2018: https://acrloregon.org/2018/05/08/congratulations-to-the-winners-of-the-acrl-oregon-school-academic-librarian-collaboration-scholarship/

Who is eligible?
* All Oregon academic library workers and school library employees.
*In awarding scholarships, preference will be given to:
*Applicants from diverse cultural/ethnic backgrounds and/or historically marginalized groups
*Applicants employed at institutions or in positions serving under-represented groups
*Applicants who have not previously been awarded a School/Academic Librarian Collaboration Scholarship from ACRL-Oregon
*Applicants employed at community or technical colleges or applicants employed at smaller or rural institutions with limited funding
*Teams that include at least one ACRL-Oregon member in good standing.

Who is not eligible?
*Academic and school librarians outside of Oregon (unless part of a team of collaborators that includes at least one Oregon librarian).

How will applications be evaluated?
Reviewers will look for applications that:
* Have at least one applicant who is a member of ACRL-Oregon and one who is a member of OASL.
* Demonstrate meaningful collaboration between school and academic librarians.
* Have the potential to favorably influence information literacy awareness/education in Oregon.

Deadline:
Applications are due by [Date/Time].

For more information, please contact:

Candise Branum
ACRL-Oregon President, 2019-20
Portland Community College
acrlor@olaweb.org
Name of Primary Applicant *
Profession of Primary Applicant *
Primary Applicant's Institution and/or Job Title (If unemployed, list as "not currently affiliated.") *
Email of Primary Applicant *
Names and Institutions of Additional Applicants (list any unemployed applicants as "not currently affiliated" and please describe their profession.) *
Are any of the applicants ACRL-OR members? *
If yes, list name(s) below.
Are any of the applicants OASL members? *
If yes, list name(s) below.
How will you and your collaborator(s) use the scholarship funding? *
Include in your answer the roles each participant will play. If the funding will be used for a conference, please describe the name of the conference, the date/location of the conference, and what you and your partners hope to learn from/contribute to the conference. If the funding will be used for a project, please be sure to include project goals and anticipated outcomes, activities, and a potential timeline. Please limit your response to 500 words
What is the proposed budget? *
Include expenses separately for each applicant. Include line item details and sums for all relevant expenses you would like to be covered by this scholarship, such as registration, travel and lodging fees, supplies, substitute staffing costs, etc.
How does this application demonstrate meaningful collaboration between school and academic librarians? *
Please limit your response to 200 words.
How will the work described in this application be carried forward to influence information literacy awareness/education in Oregon? *
Please limit your response to 200 words.
In awarding scholarships, preference is given to: 1. Applicants from diverse cultural/ethnic backgrounds and/or historically marginalized groups, 2. Applicants employed at institutions or in positions serving under-represented groups, 3. Applicants who have not previously been awarded a School/Academic Librarian Collaboration Scholarship from ACRL-Oregon, and/or 4. Applicants employed at community or technical colleges or applicants employed at smaller or rural institutions with limited funding. If you meet any of the criteria in our scholarship preference list, please describe it here. Otherwise, leave this blank. *
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