OHRAB Archives Institutional Achievement Award call for nominationsAnnouncement received:
The Ohio Historical Records Advisory Board Achievement Award recognizes significant accomplishments in preserving and improving access to historical records in any format by an Ohio archival institution.
All Ohio institutions responsible for archival records that provide public access to at least a portion of their collections are eligible. Eligible accomplishments include recent special projects or on-going programs that:
- build significant collections
- implement successful preservation strategies
- enhance access to archives
- develop effective digitization programs
Preference will be given to projects or programs that can be adapted for use by other institutions.
Because the award recognizes institutional achievements, individuals are not eligible. Departments employing members of OHRAB are not eligible, but other departments in their institutions are eligible.
Nominating letters should be no longer than two pages, 12-pt, single spaced, describing the institution's program/project along with its goals, accomplishments, and significance. Each must include the nominee's institutional name along with a contact person's name, mailing address, phone, email address.
Send nominations via email or U.S. mail to:
Ohio University Libraries
30 Park Place
Athens, OH 45701
Nominations must be received by October 14, 2011.
Self-nominations are encouraged. Winner(s) will be selected by OHRAB at its October 28 meeting.
Winners of the 2010 Award were Cleveland State University's Michael Schwartz Library Special Collections Department and Montgomery County Records Center and Archives.
Download the flyer and see more info on last year's awardees: http://ohsweb.ohiohistory.org/ohrab/index.php?title=Awards_Committee
Questions? Contact Janet Carleton at firstname.lastname@example.org or 740-597-2527.
The Ohio Historical Records Advisory Board is the central body for historical records planning in the state. Board members represent Ohio's public and private archives, records offices, and research institutions. http://ohsweb.ohiohistory.org/ohrab