We'd like to let you know about an opportunity recently posted in AASHE's Discussion Forums that will likely be of interest to you1 – a Library as Partner in Creating Curriculum for Sustainability survey.
The survey "explores the level of engagement of academic libraries and information studies schools in... educating for sustainability on university and college campuses across North America." It is designed by three academic librarians active in AASHE, who plan to analyze the results and share key findings. They anticipate the survey will take 10-20 minutes to complete, and they will protect the confidentiality of your responses.
Those who complete the survey may be entered in a drawing for one of ten Better World Books $20 gift certificates and one of ten Starbucks $10 gift certificates. To participate in the drawing, please provide your email address at the end of the survey. The survey closes May 2, 2012.
To take the survey, click here.
To learn more about the survey and the three survey designers, visit the Forums post.
(Please consider subscribing to AASHE’s Discussion Forums.)
Here are some additional opportunities in which you or others at your institution may be interested (please feel free to circulate):
AASHE 2012 Conference Call for Presentations – Submission Deadline: April 30, 2012 (note: 1-week extensions may be granted)
What innovation, activity, framework, learning outcome, or leadership initiative will you share that changes the face of sustainability on campus? Download the AASHE 2012 Submitters Packet for more details and instructions on submitting an abstract.
Note: At the AASHE 2011 conference, there was a productive Networking Session for librarians (you can download the report). AASHE can provide support if you’re interested in organizing something like this at the 2012 Conference. For more information, email email@example.com.
AASHE 2012 Awards Program – Application Deadline: July 2, 2012.
Apply now for an AASHE sustainability award. Several new award categories recognize the work of students, faculty and staff to advance sustainability. The 2012 categories are: Campus Sustainability Case Study, Student Sustainability Leadership, Student Research on Campus Sustainability, and Faculty Leadership. All winners will be announced at the AASHE 2012 conference (October 14-17 in Los Angeles, California), and will be featured in Sustainability: The Journal of Record.
Director of Resources and Publications
Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education
(859) 898-0463 (Portland, Ore.)
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