The Z. Smith Reynolds Library at Wake Forest University has won the Information Management Award of the North Carolina Chapter of the Special Libraries Association (NC/SLA).
Rhoda K. Channing, the libraryís director, accepted the award for its “support of libraries and information science and the information needs of its community.”
The Information Management Award was one of four presented by the NC/SLA at its annual conference and awards ceremony April 16 at the N.C. Biotechnology Center in Research Triangle Park.
The Special Libraries Association is an international professional association of more than 15,000 special librarians and information professionals employed in libraries serving business, media, finance, science, research, government, colleges and universities, museums, trade associations, nonprofit organizations and public and private institutions that provide or require specialized information.
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