[Metadatalibrarians] Reminder - NETSL Conference Proposals & NETSL Award Nominations
yukari.sugiyama at yale.edu
Tue Jan 17 06:33:23 PST 2023
A quick reminder that our calls for proposals and NETSL Award nominations are still open. The deadline for submissions is February 10, 2023. Anyone is welcome to submit a proposal and to participate in this virtual NETSL conference!
Yukari Sugiyama (she/her)
Librarian for Discovery and Metadata Assessment
Resource Discovery Services | Yale University Library
From: Sugiyama, Yukari
Sent: Tuesday, December 20, 2022 11:45 AM
To: metadatalibrarians at lists.monarchos.com
Subject: NETSL Conference Proposals & NETSL Award Nominations
Hi Technical Services Enthusiasts,
This year the NETSL Annual Conference will be virtual and will take place on Friday, April 14, 2023. This year's theme is Passion into Action: Your Initiative in Technical Services. Save the date to hear from what people are passionate about and learn what makes them energized. Consider submitting a proposal to share your own Technical Services passions. Also consider recognizing a colleague's hard work by nominating them for this year's NETSL Award for Excellence in Library Technical Services. The NETSL Award recognizes and honors contributions to the field of library technical services in New England. We want to hear about those technical services librarians and library staff who have inspired others. Do you have a colleague who has tackled today's challenges in technical services and triumphed? Do you know a person who leads the way in innovation, collaboration, or data integration? If you know someone who fits any or all of these descriptions, please consider submitting a nomination.
NETSL CONFERENCE PROPOSALS
Call for Proposals - applications due Friday February 10, 2023
Please submit your proposal using the form<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd3Qq4KidC-wtXIO0_vqiTL4ZhMlskoyjVY6hLGMJnZ2ApNLg/viewform>. The NETSL board will review proposals for their content, relevance, and overall fit. Applicants will be notified about proposals in late February and presenters will have their registration fees waived.
What is NETSL?
The New England Technical Services Librarians (NETSL) is a section of the New England Library Association (NELA<https://www.nelib.org/>). Our mission is to bring together all persons interested in technical services for the exchange of ideas and discussion of problems.
What topics are we looking for?
We're seeking proposals for 60-minute breakout or workshop sessions and 7-minute lightning talks related to our 2023 theme "Passion into Action: Your Initiative in Technical Services". Talks might cover (but are not limited to):
* Cataloging and metadata
* Discovery services
* Description services
* Physical processing
* Digital asset management
* Resource management
* Interlibrary loan / resource sharing
* Collection management
* Relationships with other library and campus departments
You can see titles of past presentations since 2005 at the NETSL website<https://netsl.org/>. Please direct any questions to the NETSL Executive Board at netsl at nelib.org<mailto:netsl at nelib.org>
NETSL Award for Excellence in Library Technical Services.
The New England Technical Services Librarians (NETSL) Executive Board is seeking nominations for our annual NETSL Award for Excellence in Library Technical Services.
The winner of the NETSL Award, which includes a prize of $300 and will be announced at the annual conference on Friday, April 17, 2023.
Eligibility for nomination:
Nominees living in New England who have made contributions on a national level through publications, service, or innovations in practice.
Nominees living outside of New England whose service to the profession has positively impacted New England libraries.
Nominators and nominees are not required to be NETSL/NELA members.
Current members of the NETSL Executive Board are not eligible for consideration.
It's easy to nominate someone, just fill out this brief submission form<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdkAMaqe95zU2-uGCAqbxAxouWcj1gqZuP3flEKLy0DDCU76A/viewform?usp=sf_link> by February 10, 2023.
Past recipients' accomplishments may include:
"illustrating that librarians in smaller academic and health sciences libraries have a valuable role to play in the advancement of technical services best practices."
"being an advocate for "back of the house" operation while keeping public service in the forefront of her mind"
"ability to lead, innovate, and boldly face new challenges in technical services"
"dedicating her professional life to the cause of effective automation in the immediate service of technical services"
"infectious enthusiasm, big picture vision and can do attitude toward change"
"outstanding management and intuitive mentoring and coaching of her staff, making her a highly respected by all who work with her"
"dedicated participation in local and national library organizations, especially ALA and the Boston Library Consortium"
"contributions to the professional development of librarians through numerous presentations and publications and sharing his knowledge and insight with the library community"
Further information, including past recipients, is available on the NETSL website: https://netsl.org/award/. <https://netsl.org/award/>
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