Nominations for 2003 Library Awards Innovative Information Professionals

Submitted by Blake on Thu, 09/04/2003 - 09:22

Hope Kandel writes: "LearningTimes Opens Nominations for 2003 Library Awards
Innovative Information Professionals to be recognized during unique
online conference, October 20-24, 2003.
The LearningTimes Library Online Conference is now taking nominations
for the “2003 Innovations in Information Services Awards.� The awards
identify and celebrate outstanding examples of creative problem
solving, groundbreaking achievements, and overall contributions to the
Information Services community. Winners will be recognized as part of
the LearningTimes Library Online Conference, to be held completely
online, October 20-24, 2003.Two Innovations Awards -- one for Individual contributions and one for
Organizational contributions -- will be presented in each of four
University, College or Research Libraries

Public or K-12 School Libraries

Information Services - Non-Profit
(other libraries, projects, museums, archives, historical societies or
non-profit information services)

Information Services - Commercial / Private
(commercial, corporate and private libraries, or innovations by vendors
serving the Information Services community)

The deadline for nominations is September 29, 2003. Nomination forms
are available on the LTLOC 2003 website at

About LTLOC 2003
LearningTimes Library Online Conference: Innovations by Information
Professionals (LTLOC) will take over 5 days in October (20 - 24), and
is the first completely online forum to address in depth the practical
issues in today's libraries, museums, archives and historical
societies. For more information and registration, please visit the
conference website at, write to
[email protected] or call John Walber at 215-884-7321.

About LearningTimes, LLC
LearningTimes LLC, designs and produces online learning communities,
programs, and events, and provides the platforms, applications and
promotional expertise that make them successful. LearningTimes focuses
on serving groups with an education-oriented mission, including:
libraries, cultural and educational institutions, non-profit
organizations, associations, and membership groups that benefit from an
array of human communication tools, accessible through an online venue.
The LearningTimes Network connects each member institution with other
learning-oriented groups and provides unique opportunities for
interdisciplinary collaboration. A representative sample of the
organization’s widely recognized clients and partners include:
Columbia University Teachers College, The World Education Market,
Eduventures, The New York City Board of Education, The League for
Innovation in the Community College, The Illinois Online Conference,
New Visions for Public Schools, The TLT Group, St. John’s University,
the New York Transit Museum, and the Academy of American Poets.

Hope Kandel
Director, Library and Information Services
LearningTimes, LLC