CILIP

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CILIPChartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals
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The winners of the 2012 CILIP Carnegie Medal and the 2012 CILP Kate Greenaway Medal were announced on 14 June 2012.
Following the government's comprehensive spending review in October, CILIP outlined its efforts to deal with the impact of the recession on all types of library and information services.
She said: "It is an absolute honour to be nominated for the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal alongside such talented illustrators.
An event to celebrate Bob's life, organised by CILIP, will be held in London next month.
BOOK CLUB: Students will be reading books shortlisted for the Carnegie CILIP awards and reviewing them online
NORTH East writer Anne Fine could beomce the first author to win the prized children's book award the CILIP Carnegie Medal three times after being shortlisted once again.
Festival and Book Awards organiser Joy Court, who is also National Coordinator for the CILIP Carnegie & Kate Greenway Medals, said: "This is only our second year.
As per CILIP account 17 departments of various universities produces over 800 graduates every year.
The fact we're the first to be accredited by CILIP under their new professional framework and have been given a glowing report for the way we assess and deliver our courses is a big selling point for us.
It has been nominated for a total of 23 awards to date, including the Waterstones Children's Book Prize, the Red House Book Award and CILIP Carnegie Medal.
One of the guest speakers at Cardiff was Annie Mauger, the Chief Executive of CILIP (6), who gave us some valuable food for thought about how to make the case for resources for music and libraries in these difficult times.
The 2010 CILIP Carnegie medal was awarded on Thursday to science fiction and fantasy novelist Neil Gaiman for his title The Graveyard Book, which was illustrated by Chris Riddell.