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This is a reminder that the deadline for nominations for the ALISE Award for Teaching Excellence in the Field of Library and Information Science Education is fast approaching.  This Award recognizes regular and sustained service to ALISE.  Criteria for this award include:
 
ALISE Award for Teaching Excellence in the Field of Library and Information Science Education
CRITERIA include:
·    Evidence of regular and sustained excellence in teaching library and information science (40 points) 
·    Contributions to curriculum design which demonstrate subject expertise and the ability to integrate new developments in library and information science (20 points) 
·    Evidence of mentoring students, alumni, and/or practicing professionals outside the classroom (20 points) 
·    Use of effective and innovative teaching methods (20 points) 
2010 Nominations should consist of:
·    A Nomination Letter, (electronically or in hard copy) describing the ways in which the nominee fulfills the criteria above, accompanied by 
·    Appropriate Supporting Documentation, e.g., letters of support that address the criteria listed above; evidence that demonstrates how the nominee meets that criteria, such as a CV of the nominee or a description of his/her appropriate activities and contributions. 
 
The Committee may solicit more information, if necessary.
 
Papers must be received no later than July 15, 2010. They should be emailed as an attachment in Word format to:
 
Eileen McElrath
Texas Woman’s University,
Chair, The ALISE Award for Teaching Excellence in the Field of Library and Information Science Education
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Information about the award can be found: http://www.alise.org/mc/page.do?sitePageId=55537
 
 
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