SLA Europe has offered a number of awards in the past, à reconnaître les réalisations des professionnels de l'information à tous les stades de leur carrière, support development opportunities, such as attending the SLA Annual Conference in the US, or highlighting an academic piece of research focused on the work being done in special libraries. Many of these awards would not have been possible without the grateful support from our sponsors and other SLA Divisions across the world.

Historique SLA Europe Awards

The SLA Europe Dissertation Prize

La Dissertation Prize was launched in 2007. Prizes were awarded to Masters LIS students at four universities: Brighton, London Metropolitan, Loughborough universités et Sheffield. Le personnel de chaque université choisie la meilleure thèse basée sur la recherche sur un sujet pertinent pour ceux qui travaillent dans les bibliothèques spécialisées. Winners received a certificate and £100 cheque.

Previous winners of this award:

2009 Winners:

  • Richard Alleman (London Metropolitan)
  • Jill Rutt (Sheffield)
  • Hardy Schwamm (Loughborough)

2008 Winners:

  • Betty Rabar (London Metropolitan)
  • Clare Sinclair (Sheffield)
  • Frances Warrell (Brighton)

2007 Winners:

  • Rachel Adams (Sheffield)
  • Victoria Louise oiseaux (Loughborough)
  • Ben Bose (Brighton)
  • Tanya O'Rourke (London Metropolitan)

Information parfaite et SLA bourse de perfectionnement professionnel en Europe

La bourse de perfectionnement professionnel PI et l'ALS l'Europe a été créé en 2014 to assist SLA members in their professional development in training and presenting . The winner was given opportunity to deliver a workshop at the Perfect Information Conference and provided with a mentor to guide them through the experience.

Previous winners of this award:

  • 2014: Sarah Wolfenden

Sarah delivered a workshop based on the Customer Service Excellence Standard Project and its implementation at Brunel University Library.

Prix ​​conférence SLA en Europe

The SLA Europe Conference Award provided opportunity for an outstanding information professional to attend the SLA Annual Conference in the US. Ce prix a été destiné à tous les professionnels de l'information qui vivent ou travaillent en Europe, avec une expérience de plus de cinq ans dans le domaine, et qui ne avait pas gagné un SLA Europe au début Carrières attribution Conférence au cours des cinq dernières années.

La 2012 award was Co-sponsored by the Division de leadership et de gestion, et généreusement soutenu par Dow Jones. Prix ​​de la conférence a offert le candidat retenu un voyage tous frais payés à la conférence, ainsi que la possibilité, après la conférence de s'impliquer dans le travail de l'ALS Europe et le leadership et Division de la gestion (LMD). La 2012 gagnant was Anneli Sarkanen.

SLA Europe Information Professional Award

Fondée en 1994, la SLA Europe Information Professional Award (formerly known as the European Special Librarian of the Year, ou Esly) recognised the outstanding achievement of a nominated candidate in the information profession living and working in Europe. The winner received an all expenses-paid trip to the annual SLA Conference, held in the US. Nominators of the successful candidate received a magnum of champagne.

Previous winners of this award:

  • 2011: Salle Hazel professeur (Écosse)
  • 2010: Dr Geoff Walton (Angleterre)
  • 2009: Gimena Campos Cervera (Italie)
  • 2008: Dennie Heye (Pays-Bas)
  • 2007: Janet Hopkins (Allemagne)
  • 2006: Marie-Madeleine Salmon (France)
  • 2005: Steve Borley (Écosse)
  • 2004: Janet Tomlinson (Angleterre)
  • 2003: Peter Clarke (Angleterre)
  • 2002: Margaret Nelke (Suède)
  • 2001: Annabel Colley (Angleterre)
  • 2000: William Hann (Angleterre)
  • 1999: Kevin Miles (Angleterre)
  • 1998: Lise Lotte Lindskog (Suède)
  • 1997: Tuula Salo (Finlande)
  • 1996: Ruth Colyer (Angleterre)
  • 1995: Ian Thomson (Angleterre)
  • 1994: Michel Bauwens (Belgique)

Depuis 2012, this award has now been replaced by the Early Career Award Conférence, which is given to one or more LIS professionals who are within the first five years of their career or are enrolled in a European graduate-level programme in the LIS field.

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