Mildred Lowe Award & Notable New York Document Award
Mildred Lowe Award:
This award is named in honor of Mildred Lowe, who was Dean of the Library School at St. John's University and a tireless advocate for public access to government information. She was a prominent member of the task force that produced the 1983 Plan for Federal Depository Library Service in New York State, a document which has been called a "model plan."
The Mildred Lowe Award is presented annually by the New York Library Association/Government Information Round Table to a librarian who has made a significant contribution to government documents librarianship, access to government information, and/or the encouragement of documents use in New York State libraries. Persons considered for the award can work with any level of documents -- U.S., state, local, international -- in any type of library.
Do you know someone who should receive this honor? Click here to see a list of past recipients of the Mildred Lowe Award.
Notable New York Document Award:
The New York Library Association/Government Information Round Table honors government agencies that have produced notable documents distributed through the New York State Documents Depository Program. We need your help in identifying nominees. Categories to look for include reference publications, informational documents, and notable agency efforts (need not be limited to a specific document).
Is the document useful, informative, logically and attractively presented, innovative? These and other qualities can be considered in choosing nominees. Click here to see a list of past recipients of the Notable New York Document Award.
A nomination form may be printed off the web, or requested from Mary Redmond via email or at (518) 474-5957, and must be submitted by December 15, 2014.
Mail nomination forms to:
New York State Library
Cultural Education Center
Albany, NY 12230
Fax: 518 486-6880