Nominate a great librarian for the NETSL Award for Excellence in Library Technical Services!

New England Technical Services Librarians (NETSL) Executive Board is seeking nominations for our annual NETSL Award for Excellence in Library Technical Services.

The NETSL Award recognizes and honors contributions to the field of library technical services in New England. We want to hear about those technical services librarians and library staff who have inspired others. Do you have a colleague who has tackled today’s challenges in technical services and triumphed? Do you know a person who leads the way in innovation, collaboration, or data integration? If you know someone who fits any or all of these descriptions, please consider submitting a nomination.

The next NETSL Award will be presented at the annual conference to be held on Friday, April 5, 2019 at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA.

Eligibility for nomination:

  • Nominees living in New England who have made contributions on a national level through publications, service, or innovations in practice.
  • Nominees living outside of New England whose service to the profession has positively impacted New England libraries.
  • Nominators and nominees are not required to be NETSL/NELA members.
  • Current members of the NETSL Executive Board are not eligible for consideration.

It’s easy to nominate someone, just fill out this brief submission form by Friday, January 25, 2019.

Further information, including past recipients, is available here: https://netsl.wordpress.com/award/.

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