SLA’s IT Division is looking for the most inspired, cutting edge, and innovative chapter technology programming of the 2011-2012 programming year. We'd like to highlight your great programs and events in our Division newsletter, b/ITe. This will not only get you association level publicity, but you'll help spread your chapter's creativity to the membership at large! Because the best programming involves a high level of time and focus, we'd like to recognize your chapter's accomplishments. Examples of great programming range from technology fairs sponsored by chapters to cutting edge and highly relevant presentations such as deep archiving or digital visualization, to innovative workshops and continuing education events. Programming will be judged on its creativity and impact on membership.
The tenth annual Outstanding Technology Programming award will be presented to a chapter or region at the 2012 Annual Conference in Chicago. The award will consist of an electronic certificate for display on your web page as well as $500 in seed money to develop further technology programming. IT will announce the award winner at our annual business meeting. The winning chapter president and program planner will be invited to the meeting to accept the award. We will then re-announce the award during Joint Cabinet.
The deadline for submission is April 30, 2012 (Monday). E-mail your nomination to Beth Kraemer, IT Membership and Awards Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include "SLA IT Outstanding Chapter Technology Programming” in the subject line.
We are looking forward to your nominations! Thank you!
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