Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL)

CAUL Achievement Award
Page updated 6 April, 2009


CAUL recognises staff of a member library, an individual or team leader, who makes a nationally significant contribution in support of the CAUL strategic agenda.

The award recognises nationally significant progress in the area of one or more of the following CAUL goals (revised 2008):

I.  CONTRIBUTION TO LEARNING AND TEACHING
Goal:  CAUL will facilitate the memberís role of optimising and maximising student learning outcomes including the contribution that libraries make to graduate attributes.
II.  CONTRIBUTION TO RESEARCH
Goal:  To maximise the information resources available to researchers and the facilitation of their access, and to support librariesí wider scholarly communication and information management roles.
III.  DELIVERING QUALITY AND VALUE
Goal:  The pursuit of internationally recognized high quality library services and operations through application of the principles of continuous improvement and best practice.  Defining the value proposition of university libraries in a changing and diverse environment.
IV.  COMMUNICATION & INFLUENCE
Goal:  To identify, prioritise and exploit opportunities for CAUL to influence the information management and higher education environment and communicate its activities.

The recipient of the Award will be recognised at a meeting of CAUL where they may be invited to make a presentation on their contribution to the CAUL Strategic Agenda. At the meeting the recipient will be presented with a cheque for $5,000.00.

Individuals may nominate themselves or others. Nominations should include a brief (no more than one A4 page) outline of the work that has been undertaken and a letter from the University Librarian supporting the nomination. Nominations may be submitted any time.

Nominations should be emailed to the CAUL office and will be assessed by the CAUL Executive Committee at their final meeting for the year. A schedule of meeting dates is posted on the CAUL website.



RECIPIENTS OF THE CAUL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

2008
Paula Callan, eResearch Access Coordinator, Queensland University of Technology - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, April 2009

2007
Ross Coleman, Director of Sydney eScholarship, The University of Sydney - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, April 2008

2006
Jocelyn Priddey, Senior Manager, Information Resources, The University of Queensland - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL - Agenda item 779 of CAUL Meeting Minutes, May 2007

2005
Michele Sabto, Manager, Monash University ePress - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, September 2006

2004
Judith Peacock, Information Literacy Coordinator, Queensland University of Technology - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, April 2005

2003
Peter Green,  e-Library Development Librarian, Curtin University of Technology - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, April 2004

2002
Margie Jantti,  Quality and Marketing Manager, University of Wollongong - Nomination
Paper & Presentation to CAUL, April 2003


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