Library Journal / ALISE Excellence in Teaching Award

This award recognizes excellence in educating the next generation of library and information professionals.

Amount: $3000, a complimentary annual ALISE membership and registration to the ALISE annual conference, a celebration at the ALISE annual conference, an article in LJ in the November 15 issue

ALISE: September 30, 2016

Eligibility: Anyone who has taught a course at an ALISE-member program or at an ALA-accredited master’s program since Fall 2014, as full-time faculty or as an adjunct, is eligible.

Who can nominate: Current students or recent graduates and faculty members are encouraged to nominate candidates. Students must have taken a class from the nominee within the past two years.

What to submit: Candidates will be evaluated primarily on the basis of the nominating letter (no more than two pages in length or email equivalent), and nominators are welcome to submit letters of support and supplementary material (examples of coursework, CV, etc.) for the judges to consider.

More information and nominations…

photo credit: Is that what I think it is? Yes! There’s a new Little Free Library in my local park 🙂 🙂 via photopin (license)

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Kueneman, Karen
Staff, 2015 Fall
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