Nominate an exceptional colleague or team for a UCL Education Award
By Angela Young, on 11 February 2021
Do you know a colleague or team within Library Services that makes an outstanding contribution to the learning experience and success of our students? Then take a moment to nominate them for this year’s UCL Education Awards.
The UCL Education Awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of staff and their contributions to our learning community, with a focus on the work of colleagues that is less visible to students, so work that has enabled excellent practice or facilitated innovation in teaching and learning. Nominations will be judged on evidence of impact and examples demonstrating excellence in various categories, including:
- Academic support, with a focus on personal tutoring and/or research supervision
- Assessment and feedback
- Education success for all
- Eliminating awarding gaps
- Outstanding response to teaching and/or support during a pandemic
- Staff-student partnership
How do nominations work?
Nominations are made within a department and then each UCL department may submit one individual and one team nomination for each category from the nominations they have received.
We are now inviting nominations from across Library Services, from which the Library Skills Steering Group will select the final nominations for Library Services.
To nominate a colleague or team, please download and complete the appropriate form (Word document) for an individual or team in Step 1 on the UCL Education Awards webpage and send by email to Angela Young. Please do NOT complete the ‘Step two’ forms on that page as these are for the final nominations from each department. The deadline for submission of nominations to Library Services is Wednesday 31st March to allow time for the Library Skills Steering Group to decide on final nominations and submit by 12th April.
Why nominate a colleague or team?
This is your chance to ensure your colleague or a library team gets the acknowledgement they deserve, so they can be rewarded and celebrate in their achievements whilst highlighting to the wider UCL community the impact that library staff have on the experience and success of our students.
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