SLA Honors Two Student Groups
SLA’s Student and Academic Affairs Advisory Council (SAAAC) has recognized two student groups for their leadership and programming during the 2014-2015 academic year.
The council presented certificates of merit to student groups at San Jose State University and the University of Western Ontario. San Jose State was honored for its innovative programming; Western Ontario was recognized for outstanding leadership.
The SAAAC seeks to recognize and honor SLA Student Groups whose outstanding leadership, innovative programming, or creative use of electronic resources contribute to increased membership and expanded professional development. Award criteria may include one or more of the following:
- Increased student group membership;
- Expanded professional development opportunities (both formal and informal);
- Heightened profile of the SLA Student Group within their own school, on their own campus, or in the professional community;
- Success in bringing educators and practicing special librarians together; or
- Increased or enhanced profile of special librarianship and/or SLA within the academic or broader community.
For more information, read the press release.
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