Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Report Abuse   |   Sign In   |   Register
Community Search
Calendar

12/14/2016
Leadership Call 2 - Our Strategic Planning Process and Questions

12/23/2016 » 12/26/2016
ILF Office Closed

12/30/2016 » 1/2/2017
ILF Office Closed

1/11/2017
Leadership Call 3 - Prepping for Leadership Retreat

Intellectual Freedom Awards
Share |

IFC presents three Intellectual Freedom Awards to individuals or groups who actively promote, support or engage in intellectual freedom:

Past Winners

2006

Putnam County Public Library - Danny Gunnells Intellectual Freedom Award
Michael Mullen - Vincennes University

2005

There were no nominations in 2005.

2004

Monroe County Public Library - Danny Gunnells Intellectual Freedom Award
Craig Klugman, editor of the Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette - Hoosier Intellectual Freedom Award
J. Douglas Archer - SIRS Intellectual Freedom Award

>> Learn more about Awards here

 


Danny Gunnells Intellectual Freedom Award

Honors an individual, organization, or group for promoting, supporting, or encouraging intellectual freedom in Indiana. The recommendation for this award is made by the ILF Intellectual Freedom Committee and will be forwarded to the ILF Awards & Honors Committee to be ratified by the ILF Executive Board.

Minimum Criteria:

-- Must be an Indiana Library Federation personal, institutional, or
trustee member

-- One (1) letter of support from the chair of the ILF Intellectual
Freedom Committee

Miscellaneous

-- May be an ongoing or past effort

Additional Supporting Documentation (Optional)

-- No more than three (3) other forms of miscellaneous publications
with explanation, as needed

 


Hoosier Intellectual Freedom Award

Honors an individual, organization, or group for promoting, supporting, or encouraging intellectual freedom in Indiana. The recommendation for this award is made by the ILF Intellectual Freedom Committee and will be forwarded to the ILF Awards & Honors Committee to be ratified by the ILF Executive Board.

Minimum Criteria:

-- Must not be an Indiana Library Federation personal, institutional,
or trustee

-- One (1) letter of support from the chair of the ILF Intellectual
Freedom Committee

Miscellaneous

-- May be an ongoing or past effort

Additional Supporting Documentation (Optional)

-- No more than three (3) other forms of miscellaneous publications
with explanation, as needed

 


SIRS Intellectual Freedom Award

The SIRS Intellectual Freedom Award is an annual award recognizing the contribution of an individual or group who has actively promoted intellectual freedom in Indiana. This award is donated by Social Issues Resources Series, Inc. to a recipient selected by the Intellectual Freedom Committee.

Minimum Criteria:

-- Must not be an Indiana Library Federation personal, institutional,
or trustee

-- Have made substantial contributions in areas such as, but not limited to:
A. Have actively promoted intellectual freedom in sphere of influence and beyond
B. Have exemplified the spirit of intellectual freedom
C. Have seen an effect of their efforts to promote intellectual freedom and challenge censorship

Miscellaneous

-- May be an ongoing or past effort

Additional Supporting Documentation (Optional)

-- No more than three (3) other forms of miscellaneous publications
with explanation, as needed

 

 

 

Sign In


Forgot your password?

Haven't registered yet?