SLA Europe is pleased to announce the winners of the Early Career Conference Awards 2018, in partnership with the Academic and Legal Divisions of SLA. Congratulations to Eleanor Matthewson and Bethany Sherwood. The ECCA winners will attend the SLA Conference & INFO-EXPO in Baltimore from June 9-13th 2018.
Eleanor Matthewson is co-sponsored by the Legal Division. Eleanor is a Legal and Business Research Officer at global law firm HFW. She has responsibility for the firm’s global information training programme, which includes organising and delivering training sessions and the creation and development of the library’s online training and guidance modules and documentation. Eleanor completed her MA at UCL before joining HFW in 2016 and has previously worked at Norton Rose Fulbright and Central Saint Martin’s.
Bethany Sherwood is co-sponsored by the Academic Division. Bethany is currently studying part-time for the Information Science MSc at City, Ollscoil Londain, and works as a Library Assistant at the English Faculty Library, Ollscoil Cambridge. Roimhe seo, Bethany read English Literature at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, graduating in 2014.
Chlúdach Gradaim Comhdháil Luath Gairme gach costas lena n-áirítear clárú Comhdháil, iompair, bia, lóisteáil, agus costais theagmhasacha. Mar chúiteamh, the Award winners will participate in and assist with their co-sponsoring Division’s events during the Conference and report on their experience for their Division’s and for SLA Europe’s newsletters and blogs. Táthar ag súil go buaiteoirí Gradam leanúint lena rannpháirtíocht leis an Rannóg comh-urraíochta agus leis an CLS an Eoraip tar éis na comhdhála.
The SLA Europe Board extends congratulations to the winners:
It is with great excitement that we are able to announce the 2018 Gairme buaiteoirí Gradam Comhdháil Luath. This year we received a high number of applications for each award, from lots of enthusiastic and committed early career professionals. Our winners this year stood out by showing dedication and great potential in their chosen specialist fields. The Early Career Conference Award is a fantastic opportunity for new professionals to be exposed to all that SLA and the profession Tá to offer, and we are certain that they will find the conference in Baltimore to be an excellent professional development opportunity. Members of the Board look forward to meeting the winners at the conference, where they will be formally presented with their awards at the International Reception.
Ár mbuíochas téigh go dtí an Rannán Acadúil agus an Rannóg Dlí le comh-urraíochta ar an Gairme Luath agus Dámhachtainí Comhdháil,,en,Is é an dámhachtain freisin deis iontach chun comhpháirtíochtaí a fhorbairt idir an Chaibidil agus Rannáin SLA eile a neartú,,en,Tá Gradaim Comhdháil Gairme Luath CLS hEorpa anois ina bhliain déag agus Bronntar gach bliain do ghairmithe leabharlainne agus faisnéise a bhí ag obair ar feadh níos lú ná cúig bliana ó shin scoil leabharlainne nó cláraithe i gclár Eorpach iarchéime-leibhéal staidéir i LIS,,en. The award is also a great opportunity to strengthen partnerships between the Chapter and other SLA Divisions, and we are pleased to be able to work with these divisions again this year.
SLA Europe’s Early Career Conference Awards are now in their twelfth year and are awarded annually to library and information professionals who have been working for less than five years since library school or are enrolled in a European graduate-level programme of study in LIS. Applicants are required to be first-time attendees at an SLA Annual Conference and interested in a career related to their co-sponsoring division. I gceist leis an bpróiseas iarratais a scríobh ráiteas pearsanta, ag soláthar suas-chun-dáta CV, agus moladh ó ghairmiúil sa réimse SFÁ a fháil.