January 31, 2007

Enter the InfoTubeys!

You Can Enter Information Today's 2007 InfoTubey Awards!

My company (Information Today) is starting a new contest this year to award interesting library promotional work. We're calling it the InfoTubey Awards! ;-)

We’re looking for videos that librarians have created and posted to YouTube. Each production must demonstrate creativity, humor, and sincerity in marketing a library, promoting library services, or enhancing a library's value. Videos cannot be more than 5 minutes long.

The deadline is Feb. 14. All submissions will be judged by a panel of distinguished information professionals, who will contact winners in March.

Five InfoTubey Award winners will each receive one free 3-day conference pass to the Computers in Libraries 2007 conference (a $449 value). Awards will be presented at a gala event during the CIL conference on April 17 near Washington, D.C.

The entry form is available online. You can direct your questions to InfoTubies@infotoday.com.

C'mon, show us what you've done!

Sent to me by Kathy Dempsey of Information Today - thanks for the announcement!

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