Established in 2002, the ALPS Award for Outstanding Service is presented to an academic public service librarian, or team of same, whose outstanding service has made a real difference to students, faculty, or colleagues.
This year, the award will be presented at the BCLA Conference awards reception, where conference attendees can honour BCLA award winners for their significant achievements. The reception will be held from 7pm to 11pm on Friday, April 17, 2009 at the Hilton Metrotown in Burnaby, BC. ALPS will also publicize the award winner in appropriate media and in a letter to the award winner’s institution.
The awards committee welcomes all nominations for this award. Nominations will be accepted until February 27, 2009, and should be e-mailed to Todd Rowlatt at firstname.lastname@example.org . The nomination form is available here: http://www.bcla.bc.ca/ALPS%20award/ALPS_Nomination%20Form_2009.pdf
Nominees or their institutions are required to be BCLA members.
Please be sure to include the following:
name of nominator
name of nominee
project or reason for nomination
contact information for nominator in case we need to follow up
Criteria for nomination could include:
Demonstrated (through example and/or statistics) impact on students, colleagues or the library
Demonstrated collaboration with colleagues or other institutions
Worthy of inspiring similar efforts within the profession
The 2008/09 ALPS Awards Committee is:
Colleen Bell (University of the FraserValley)
Paula Farrar (University of British Columbia)
Janis McKenzie (Simon Fraser University)
Todd Rowlatt (Vancouver Community College)
Submitted by: Todd Rowlatt, Vancouver Community College Library