Monday, 20 June 2011
CAUL International Travelling Fellowship
The Fellowship was established in 2010 with the transfer of accumulated funds to CAUL from UNISON, a partnership of the university libraries of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, formed to facilitate dialogue and enable cooperation.
A travelling Fellowship of up to $5,000 is provided competitively each year to support overseas investigations of current issues of importance to university libraries in Australia ....
The criteria for selecting the successful application are:
a. The potential of the investigation described in the application to further the goals identified in the CAUL Strategic Plan with preference given to applications which appear likely to promote innovation.
b. Demonstrated ability of the applicant to complete the nominated investigation. Preference will be given to early to mid career librarians with the capacity to develop as leader of the profession.
c. Support from the university librarian at the applicant’s library including, where necessary, funding to cover any additional costs of the investigation.
See further details about the CAUL International Travelling Fellowship (14/1/11)
CAUL Achievement Award
The CAUL Achievement Award recognises outstanding contributions that support the achievement of the CAUL strategic agenda.
Nominees for the award will be evaluated in terms of their demonstrated achievements contributing to one or more of the following CAUL goals:
Communication & Influence
Contribution to Learning and Teaching
Contribution to Research
Information Resources & Scholarly Communication
Delivering Quality and Value
Qualifying achievement must be demonstrated to have been influential beyond the nominee’s employing institution over a period of at least two years. Achievements solely at an institutional level are not eligible for consideration.
The nature and quality of achievement must be of a level that is far and above the normal requirements of the individual’s paid position, justifying special recognition.
Nominees would be expected to display exceptional leadership and initiative, have undertaken advocacy at a high level and be able to demonstrate that their achievements have led to change.
See further details about the CAUL Achievement Award (16/8/10)