The Nebraska Library Association Technical Services Round Table has awarded Angela Kroeger the 2020 Sandra Herzinger Award. In addition to their skills and expertise in cataloging and other library operations, Kroeger’s nominators highlighted their concern for library users and collaboration with colleagues. The Sandra Herzinger Award is the Technical Services Round Table’s Distinguished Service Award given to a Nebraska library worker who has demonstrated exceptional work in the profession and/or has been an advocate for technical services.
Kroeger joined the library staff in 1993 and has worked across multiple units including circulation, reference, and access services. They are currently the Metadata Coordinator in Archives and Special Collections. Kroeger served as president of the Nebraska Library Association in 2016-2017.
The Herzinger Award is open to Nebraskans who work in library acquisitions, collection development, cataloging and classification, preservation, serials control, interlibrary loan, and document delivery. Nominees must have a proven record of demonstrating the value of technical services both to library colleagues and users of libraries. Sandra Herzinger was a long time cataloger at the UNL Libraries before retiring in 2003.
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