The Primary Source Awards are an annual juried competition designed to recognize and publicize librarians, teachers, and researchers who:
- Use or promote use of primary source materials in specific research projects and research methodologies
- Employ primary source materials in the classroom, curricular planning, teaching methods, or student advisory role
- Facilitate access to primary source materials
- Support research and the creation of new knowledge or innovative research methods and techniques
The Primary Source Awards are presented annually in three categories: Access, Research, and Teaching. Both the awardees and the nominators of the awardees receive prizes. Visit www.crl.edu/primary-source-awards to learn more, see last year's winners, or nominate yourself or a colleague!
The nomination deadline is Monday, January 31. For more information, contact Don Dyer, CRL Membership and Communications Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.