The SLA Europe Board is pleased to announce the winners of the SLA Europe Early Career Conference Awards 2014. Congratulations to Michelle Bond, Rosie Hare, and Lindsay Robinson. All three winners will attend the SLA Conference & INFO-EXPO in Vancouver from 8-10 June 2014. Michelle Bond is a trainee faculty librarian at Liverpool Hope University […]
Penny Andrews, SLA ECCA winner 2013, tells us about her experience of the Association of Learned & Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) International Conference.
SLA Europe is pleased to offer three opportunities for current European library and information science students and new professionals (those who have been working in the field for less than five years) to attend the 2014 SLA Conference in Vancover.
Penny Andrews shares her reflections on attending the SLA 2013 conference in San Diego as one of our Early Career Conference Award winners.
Earlier this month, we announced the winners of the SLA Europe Early Career Conference Awards 2013. The winners – Penny Andrews, Lizzie Caperon, Lauren Lawler, and Laura Williams – are co-sponsored by SLA Europe, Leadership & Management Division, Pharmaceutical & Health Technology Division, Legal Division (supported by Jones McClure), and Business & Finance Division. Each winner has been assigned a mentor from SLA Europe and a mentor from their Division to help them make the most of their SLA Conference experience. Meet the winners below and hear how attending the SLA Conference will impact them.
The SLA Europe Board is delighted to announce the winners of the SLA Europe Early Career Conference Awards 2013. The winners, who will attend the SLA Conference & INFO-EXPO in San Diego from 9th-11th June 2013, are Penny Andrews, Lizzie Caperon, Lauren Lawler, and Laura Williams. We extend our congratulations to all four winners of this year’s awards.