We are pleased to offer an opportunity for 2 students to attend ER&L 2016!
ABOUT THE AWARD
Taylor & Francis Group is sponsoring travel grants for two students traveling to ER&L in Austin, Texas. The ER&L + Taylor & Francis Student travel grant includes conference registration, air travel costs, and housing up to $2000 per winner.
“We are proud to be a returning sponsor of the ER&L student travel grant award for the fourth consecutive year. Taylor & Francis Group ardently supports the library community, and we believe it is imperative for library and information science students to stay up-to-date on emerging trends and central issues in their field. We are pleased to offer students in this community the opportunity to attend the 2016 ER&L Conference, and we are certain they will find this key conference both informative and exciting,” states Stacy Sieck, Library Communications Manager, Americas Region, Taylor & Francis Group, Philadelphia.
The goal of the ER&L Conference is to bring together information professionals from libraries and related industries to improve the way we collect, manage, maintain, and make accessible electronic resources in an ever-changing online environment. We do this once a year at an in-person and virtual conference. We encourage library students to join us at the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference in Austin, TX on April 3-6, 2016. Good luck, students!
This grant is open to currently enrolled students wishing to attend ER&L 2016. Student applicants will be required to supply contact information as well as to answer questions related to how access to ER&L may assist the applicant in achieving professional and academic goals. US and international applicants are welcomed and encouraged!
Applications were accepted Friday, December 18, 2015 – Tuesday, February 2, 2016.
Grant Application Status: 2016 Awards application is now closed
CONGRATS TO THE 2016 WINNERS!
Yi Ding, University of California, Los Angeles – Read excerpts from Yi’s essay
Anne Ligon Harding, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – Read excerpts from Anne’s essay
Nora Burmeister, Clark College – Read excerpts from Nora’s essay
Nicolette DeMoville, University of Alabama SLIS – Read excerpts from Nikki’s essay
Roxanne Brazell, Wayne State University Read more about Roxanne in her blog post
Heather Hilton, City University of New York Read more about Heather in her blog post
Jennifer Gibson, San Jose State
Molly Mulligan, Texas Woman’s University