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Den tidlige karriere Conference Award – Previous Winners

About the Early Career Conference Award (ECCA)

Den Tidlig karriere Conference Award (ECCA) blev etableret i 2007. Formålet med prisen er at give mulighed for dem i starten af ​​deres karriere at deltage i SLA Annual Conference, og drage fordel af de muligheder for netværkssamarbejde, som SLA og SLA Europe give.

The Early Career Conference Award is administered by the Early Careers and Awards Committee and is open to individuals within the profession with less than five years experience.

Previous Winners

2019 – Cleveland

Catherine Jenkins is co-sponsored by the Legal Division. Catherine is a Health Literacy Project Manager embedded in NHS library and knowledge services. She runs information drop-ins at public libraries and is passionate about access to research. She is currently studying part-time on the MSc Information Science course at City, University of London. Prior to joining the NHS she worked in open access publishing with a focus on Creative Commons licensing and compliance with funder policies in metadata and on the printed page. Her professional interests include the ethics of open access business models and the representation of minority languages in knowledge organisation systems.

2018 – Baltimore

Eleanor Matthewson is co-sponsored by the Legal Division. Eleanor is a Legal and Business Research Officer at global law firm HFW. She has responsibility for the firm’s global information training programme, which includes organising and delivering training sessions and the creation and development of the library’s online training and guidance modules and documentation. Eleanor completed her MA at UCL before joining HFW in 2016 and has previously worked at Norton Rose Fulbright and Central Saint Martin’s. Eleanor’s reflections on the conference in Baltimore were posted on the SLA Europe blog.

Bethany Sherwood is co-sponsored by the Academic Division. Bethany is currently studying part-time for the Information Science MSc at City, University of London, and works as a Library Assistant at the English Faculty Library, University of Cambridge. Forud for dette, Bethany read English Literature at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, graduating in 2014. Bethany’s reflections on the conference in Baltimore were posted on the SLA Europe blog.

2017 – Phoenix

Amy O’Donohoe is co-sponsored by the Academic Division. Amy is the Customer Care (Collections) Coordinator at Royal Holloway University, which combines two significant interests for her in the field: collection management and user engagement. She recently graduated from Robert Gordon University with an MSc in Library and Information Studies after studying via distance learning while working at the London Library and Hurstpierpoint College library respectively. Amy has a strong background in policy development, undervisning, and raising awareness in the care system which has fed into her work as a librarian. Her dissertation considered the positive benefits that libraries can have on the life outcomes of care experienced young people. Læs Amy’s reflections on the conference in Phoenix.

Ruth MacMullen is co-sponsored by the Legal Division. Ruth is the Copyright & Licences Officer at York St John University. She completed her MA Information and Library Management in September 2012, and is currently studying for an LLM in Intellectual Property Law at The University of Edinburgh. Her professional interests include rights and reuse of copyright material, accessibility and access to information, and scholarly communications publishing and licensing. She is a member of the Libraries and Archives Copyright Alliance, and the Universities UK Copyright Working Group. Ruth’s reflections on the conference were also posted to the SLA Europe blog.

2016 – Philadelphia

Helen Monagle is co-sponsored by the Academic Division. Helen is a Serials Librarian at Manchester Metropolitan University. She successfully completed Chartership in July 2015 and graduated with a master’s degree in Library and Information Management from Manchester Metropolitan University. Helen’s interests include cataloguing, UX, facilitating access to e-resources, statistics and development opportunities for new professionals. She is one of the co-founders of NLPN, a network for new and aspiring library professionals. Helen’s reflections on the SLA conference were posted to the SLA Europe blog.

Helen Doyle is co-sponsored by the Legal Division. Helen obtained her undergraduate degree in Classics from Cambridge University in 2008 before working as a graduate trainee at Lincoln’s Inn. She then received an MA in Librarianship and Information Studies from UCL in September 2011, whilst undertaking Library Assistant work at Inner Temple. She joined the Library and Information Services team at Norton Rose Fulbright as an Information Officer in March 2013. Helen also has an interest in cataloguing. She has been Treasurer of CILIP’s Catalogue & Index Group for three years and combined this with her interest in law at the 2015 BIALL konference, where she gave a paper on the latest cataloguing standards and their application to law libraries. Helen’s thoughts on the SLA conference were also posted to the SLA Europe blog.

Matthias Ammon is co-sponsored by the Science-Technology Division and receives the Diane K. Foster Memorial Award. Matthias is a Library Services Administrator in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge, having previously worked in several other libraries across the University and as a school librarian. He is currently studying for an MA in Information and Library Studies via distance learning at Aberystwyth University.

2015 – Boston

Neasa McHale is the Library Assistant at Mason Hayes & Curran advokatfirma. Hun har en bachelorgrad i engelsk og historie fra St. Patricks College, Dublin City University og dimitterede med en kandidatgrad i informationsvidenskab og studier fra University College Dublin i 2013. Neasa was co-sponsored by the Juridisk kontor.

Sarah Hume is a final year part-time student at University College London, studere for hendes MA i Bibliotek og Informationsvidenskab. Hun er en del tid bibliotek assistent på Geologisk Society of London og på London Bibliotek, en medvirkende forfatter til Hack Library School, og formand for CILIP nationale Fagudvalget. Sarah was co-sponsored by the Competitive Intelligence Divison.

2014 – Vancouver

Michelle Bond er en praktikant fakultet bibliotekar på Liverpool Hope University med interesser i informationskompetence undervisning, læsning og brugen af ​​sociale medier i de videregående uddannelser. En nyuddannet af iSkole ved University of Sheffield, Michelle skrev sin afhandling om rekreative læsning i akademiske biblioteker. Michelle er co-sponsoreret af Academic Division.

Rosie Hare arbejder i E-Learning hold som digitalt Facilitator på Middlesbrough College og studerer i retning af en MSc i Informationsvidenskabelige Studies via fjernundervisning ved Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. Rosie er co-sponsoreret af Lederskab & Management Division. Rosie’s reflections on the conference were published to the SLA Europe blog in two parts: Del 1 og Del 2.

Lindsay Robinson er den Opkøb Bibliotekar på Bodleian Law Library, hvor hun har arbejdet i en række forskellige roller siden han som en Graduate Library Trainee i 2007. Lindsay blev tildelt en MSc i Bibliotek og Information Studies fra City University i 2011. Lindsay er co-sponsoreret af Juridisk kontor (understøttet af Jones McClure Publishing)

2013 - San Diego

Penny Andrews er en aktivist, forfatter, performer (Radio 4, Glastonbury), musiker (Radio 1, Latitude, Trådløs), producent og gadget freak. Hun arbejder i dag som biblioteket Graduate Trainee på Leeds Metropolitan University. Hun er et bibliotek Camp arrangør, National Autistic Society ambassadør, og cerebral parese sprinter. Penny blev co-sponsoreret af Leadership & Management Division.

Lizzie Caperon er et emne bibliotekar på Leeds University er involveret i informationskompetence undervisning, udvikle online tutorials, indsamling ledelse og samarbejde med faglige afdelinger. Lizzie også udfylde en Masters afhandling om mobile teknologier i biblioteker. Lizzie blev co-sponsoreret af Pharmaceutical & Health Technology Division.

Lauren Lawler er den assisterende Viden Services Manager hos A&L Goodbody Solicitors i Dublin. Hun har en bachelorgrad i engelsk og en kandidatgrad i biblioteks-og informationsvidenskab Studies fra University College Dublin, og et postgraduate diplom i Public Relations fra Fitzwilliam Institute. Lauren blev co-sponsoreret af den juridiske afdeling (støttet af Jones McClure).

Laura Williams har arbejdet som en information professionel i mediesektoren siden afgangseksamen fra Sheffield University i 2011 med en MA i Biblioteksskole. Laura arbejdede i mediebiblioteket på ITV som en Media Logistik Koordinator er ansvarlig for at levere indhold program på bånd på tværs af organisationen til udsendelse. Laura blev co-sponsoreret af Business & Finance Division.

2012 - Chicago

Simon Barron dimitterede fra Manchester Metropolitan University i 2010 med en MA i Bibliotek og Information Management. Efter arbejde for Nord Anglia Uddannelse som assistent Bibliotekar på Hærens Foundation akademiets bibliotek for Junior Soldiers, Simon tog rollen som E-ressourcer-koordinator ved Durham University Library. Simon blev co-sponsoreret af Science-Technology Division (Den Diane K Foster International Student Travel Award)

Marie Cannon er i øjeblikket indskrevet på MA Bibliotek og Information Studies kursus på University College London, og fungerer som et bibliotek Assistant på London Business School. Forud for dette, Marie arbejdede som Graduate Library Assistant hos Norton Rose LLP. Marie blev co-sponsoreret af den juridiske afdeling (støttet af Jones McClure).

Ruth Jenkins er i øjeblikket indskrevet på MA Biblioteksskole kursus på University of Sheffield, efter en kandidat praktikophold ved Bodleian Social Science Library på University of Oxford. Ruth har også arbejdet som biblioteksassistent i et offentligt bibliotek og Devon School Library service. Ruth blev co-sponsoreret af Business and Finance Division.

Giles Lloyd-Brown er en Senior Library Assistant på Cardiff University Health Library. Han er uddannet fra University of Aberystwyth i 2012 med en MScEcon i informations-og Library Studies, hvor hans afhandling var på indflydelsen af ​​web 2.0 på forskningsbibliotek OPACs. Giles er i færd med CILIP Chartership. Giles blev co-sponsoreret af Pharmaceutical og Medicinsk Teknologivurdering Division.

Sarah Wolfenden dimitterede fra University College London med en MA i Bibliotek og Information Studies i 2008. Siden da, Hun har arbejdet som Higher Education Advisor hos Kingston College, overvåge driften af ​​de videregående uddannelser Centre, som henvender sig for ca 1800 studerende. Sarah blev co-sponsoreret af Leadership & Management Division.

2011 - Philadelphia

Chris Cooper er et Information Specialist på halvøen Technology Assessment Group, hvor han har specialiseret sig i medicinsk teknologivurdering. Chris er uddannet fra University College London i 2009 med en kandidatgrad i Informationsvidenskab, og foretager i øjeblikket en ph.d. på Kings College i London. Chris blev co-sponsoreret af Pharmaceutical & Health Technology Division.

Natalia Madjarevic dimitterede fra University College London i 2009 med en MA i Bibliotek og Information Studies. Forud for dette, Natalia gjorde et praktikophold på The Guardian & The Observer Forskning og Information Department. Hun arbejder i øjeblikket på Queen Mary University of London som Information Assistant - Elektronisk Service. Natalia var medforslagsstillere af Business & Finance Division.

Ned Potter værker inden for digitalisering ved University of Leeds. Ned dimitterede fra University of Northumbria i 2009 med en kandidatuddannelse i Informationsvidenskabelige Management. Ned er fagligt meget aktiv, og er grundlægger af den LIS New Professionals Network (LISNPN). Ned blev co-sponsoreret af Leadership & Management Division.

Samuel Wiggins er i øjeblikket indskrevet på MA Biblioteksskole kursus på University of Sheffield, hvor han har planer om at skrive sin afhandling om »virkningerne af betalings-væg og skiftende forretningsmodeller på information management i advokatfirmaer '. Før du starter sin MA, Samuel var en kandidattrainee på Norton Rose LLP. Samuel blev co-sponsoreret af den juridiske afdeling.

2010 - New Orleans

The ECCA Winners for 2010 were:

  • Philip Gatzke
  • Chris Rhodes

2009 - Washington

The ECCA Winners for 2009 were:

  • Sara Batts
  • Annie Richens
  • Bethan Ruddock
  • Laura Woods

2008 - Seattle

The ECCA Winners for 2008 were:

  • Hannah Lewin
  • Sarah Hammond
  • Emma Dhesi
  • Sandy Peterson

2007 - Denver

The ECCA Winner for 2007 var Till Verena.