SAGE Photo Contest: How Does Your Library Innovate?

by | Aug 25, 2015

SAGE is now accepting entries for a photo contest with a theme of library innovations.

“From makerspaces to Librari-Cons to e-reading lounges to unexpected partnerships, librarians across the continent are leading a variety of innovative efforts in order to meet the needs of today’s patrons and to prepare for the requests of tomorrow’s (can you believe that the class of 2019 begins this fall?).

 

If your library is doing something new, inventive, or unexpected, share it with the wider library community for a chance to win a travel grant to the 2016 Charleston Conference or one of nine $50 Amazon gift cards. From now through Friday, September 25th, we invite all academic librarians in the U.S. and Canada to submit a photo that depicts any innovative efforts happening in your library.”

For application rules, deadlines, and prize info, visit the SAGE Connection – Insight blog.

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