ALSC Distinguished Service Award

The Association for Library Service to Children of the American Library Association is seeking nominations for the ALSC Distinguished Service Award honoring an individual who has made significant contributions to, and an impact on, library services to children and to ALSC.  The deadline is December 1, 2012.

Individuals nominated may be chosen from any facet of library services to children from birth through age fourteen. For example, the nominee may be a practicing librarian in a public or school library, a library or information science educator, a member of the library press, or editor or other employee of a publishing house. The individual may be retired.

Both the nominee and the individual making the nomination must be members of ALSC.

Use this link to make your nominations:  http://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/Uv19NsJ80580eO9

About Mary Voors

Mary R. Voors, the ALSC Blog Manager, is also the manager of the Children’s Services department of the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana where she has the opportunity to work with one of the greatest groups of people in the world.
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One Response to ALSC Distinguished Service Award

  1. I haven’t yet met a children’s librarian who doesn’t deserve an award! Our school librarian is creative in her approach to getting more books on our shelves. I posted a photo of her latest project: http://speakwellreadwell.blogspot.com/2012/11/stuck-on-books-for-kids.html

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