Tuesday, January 08, 2008

CSG IL IL Practitioner of the Year Award

There is still time to nominate for the CILIP CSG Information Literacy Practitioner of the Year Award 2008. The winners get £500 to donate to a charity of their choice and £500 for themselves! Recipients of this award are recognised for their outstanding achievement in innovation within the area of information literacy. The IL Practitioner of the Year Award is open to all working in the IL arena and from any sector.

Individuals may nominate themselves or colleagues who they feel have demonstrated innovation in the field of Information Literacy and nominations are welcome for individuals or groups.

The judges will be looking for one or more of the following: Raising the profile of information literacy within your organisation; Developing a system / course / programme / service or product which develops information literacy skills; Evidence of impact; Nominations should demonstrate innovation, initiative and originality

Nominations should take the form of a short description (Between 3 to 4 pages of A4)
Contact details should be provided of the Nominator and if you are nominating someone else, their contact details. Supporting evidence should be provided e.g. Documentation, URLs etc

Closing date: January 31 2008. For more information and for a nomination form please go to http://www.lilacconference.com/dw/2008/Awards1.htm
Photo by Sheila Webber: Hailshame, January 2008

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