SLA Leadership Summit Recap and Award Announcements

To supplement our Thursday, January 16th tweet round-up, at the bottom of this post you will find a slideshow of tweets summing up the activities from Friday, January 17th at last week’s Leadership Summit (#SLAleads) in Memphis. Tweets are courtesy of @SLA2014Tips, managed by @LibrarySherpa.

A few important awards announcements that were made:

SLA Fellows of 2014: 

  • Daniel Lee, PwC Canada (@YankeeinCanada)
  • Leslie Reynolds, University of Colorado Boulder (@LeslieR)
  • Mary Ellen Bates, Bates Information Services (@mebs)
  • Tony Landolt, Reprints Desk (@SLAbaseball)
  • Catherine Lavallee-Welch, University of Wisconsin – La Crosse -Library (@englib)

SLA Rising Stars of 2014:

Unit Membership Awards for 2013 Efforts

Stay tuned for announcements about the rest of the SLA Awards & Honors leading up to the SLA 2014 Annual Conference in Vancouver this June.

Tweets from Friday at Leadership Summit:

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