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Awards for Excellence - 2015

Outstanding Papers - Library Studies


Award journal index



Aslib Journal of Information Management

Winner

Volume 66 number 3
A topology of Twitter research: disciplines, methods, and ethics
Nicholas John Proferes, Michael Zimmer

Outstanding reviewer

Paul Scifleet


Collection Building

Winner

Volume 33 number 3
The university press: trends, initiatives and collaborations over the past several years
Robert P. Holley, Clayton Hayes

Highly commended

Volume 33 number 4
Graphic nonfiction: a survey of nonfiction comics
Ken Irwin

Outstanding reviewer

Gregory Crawford


Information Technology & People

Winner

Volume 27 number 2
A study using a graphical syntax for actor-network theory
Emile Silvis, Patricia M. Alexander

Highly commended

Volume 27 number 2
An emote opportunity model of computer abuse
Eun Hee Park, Richard Baskerville, Jongwoo Kim

Volume 27 number 1
A multidimensional and integrative approach to study global digital divide and e-government development
Alan Collier, Hepu Deng, Fang Zhao

Volume 27 number 1
Why do people stick to Facebook web site? A value theory-based view
Heng-Li Yang, Chien-Liang Lin

Outstanding reviewers

James Burleson
Toral Inci


International Journal of Web Information Systems

Winner

Volume 10 number 2
Content adaptation for students with learning difficulties: design and case study
Diana Janeth Lancheros-Cuesta, Jaime A. Pavlich-Mariscal, Angela Carrillo-Ramos

Highly commended

Volume 10 number 3
RSS feeds behavior analysis, structure and vocabulary
Nicolas Travers, Vassilis Christophides, Zeinab Hmedeh, Cedric du Mouza, Nelly Vouzoukidou, Michel Scholl

Volume 10 number 4
Opinion-driven communities
Rodica Potolea, Mihaela Dinsoreanu

Outstanding reviewer

Maria Indrawan-Santiago


Library Management

The Alexander Wilson Award
Named after Alexander Wilson, Director-General of the British Library Reference Division from 1980 until his retirement in 1986. Before that he was Director of Cheshire Libraries and Museums, and Director of Libraries and Cultural Services in Dudley and Coventry.

Winner

Volume 35 number 8+9
Mapping the future: (yin yang) career development collaboration
Mary Davies, JoAnne Sparks, Grace Saw

Highly commended

Volume 35 number 3
Keeping ahead of the curve
Maura Corcoran, Claire McGuinness

Volume 35 number 3
Social technologies in public libraries: exploring best practice
Kathleen Smeaton, Kate Davis

Volume 35 number 4+5
ETD: total cost of ownership
Yan Han

Outstanding reviewers

Petros Kostagiolas
Jane Klobas


Library Review

R. D. MacLeod Award
Named after Library Review’s founding editor, Robert Duncan MacLeod (1885-1973). He founded Library Review in 1927 and remained editor until 1964, solely responsible for its establishment and development during those 36 years, encouraging many up-and-coming librarians, as well as publishing material from many of the profession’s prominent names.

Winner

Volume 63 number 3
Knowledge sharing of academic staff
Chin Wei Chong, Yee Yen Yuen, Geok Chew Gan

Highly commended

Volume 63 number 6+7
Using digital corpora for preserving and processing cultural heritage texts: a case study
Eleni Galiotou

Volume 63 number 8+9
Income generation in public libraries: potentials and pitfalls
Hartwig Pautz

Volume 63 number 6+7
Community, complexity, the public library and community orientation
Barbara Sen


New Library World

Winner

Volume 115 number 5+6
Future of the book and library creatively explored
Charlie Smith

Highly commended

Volume 115 number 7+8
Keeping up with the law: investigating lawyers
Stephann Makri, Simon Attfield, Stephanie Ellis

Volume 115 number 11+12
Job prospects for Mzuzu university library and information science graduates
Aubrey Harvey Chaputula

Volume 115 number 7+8
Identifying the prevailing images in library and information science profession: is the landscape changing?
Evgenia Vassilakaki, Valentini Moniarou-Papaconstantinou

Outstanding reviewers

Stephen Akintunde
Chris Batt


OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives

Winner

Volume 30 number 1
Overwhelmed to action: digital preservation challenges at the under-resourced institution
Amanda Kay Rinehart, Patrice-Andre Prud'homme, Andrew Reid Huot

Highly commended

Volume 30 number 4
Scalable decision support for digital preservation
Kresimir Duretec, Christoph Becker, Luis Faria

Volume 30 number 4
Data authenticity and data value in policy-driven digital collections
Brian Matthews, Michael Wilson, Catherine Jones, Vasily Bunakov

Volume 30 number 3
Collaborative publishing in digital history
Ken Middleton, Amy York


Online Information Review

Winner

Volume 38 number 2
A webometric analysis of online health information: sponsorship, platform type and link structures
Darja Groselj

Highly commended

Volume 38 number 5
A theoretical framework to identify authentic online reviews
Snehasish Banerjee, Alton Y.K. Chua

Volume 38 number 2
Why people use Twitter: social conformity and social value perspectives
Jaejeung Rho, Saesol Choi, Munkee Choi, Jaeheung Yoo

Volume 38 number 7
Speech or silence
Ai-Yun Hsieh, Pin Luarn

Outstanding reviewers

Jia Tina Du
Ulrike Spree


Performance Measurement and Metrics

Winner

Volume 15 number 1+2
Working together: library value at the University of Nottingham
Jane Maltby, Susanne Cullen, Valerie Spezi, Nicola Darlington, Ruth Curtis, Claire Creaser, Elizabeth Newall

Highly commended

Volume 15 number 3
Library performance continuum and the imperative of meta-evaluation
Leonor Gaspar Pinto

Volume 15 number 1+2
Safety in numbers: developing a shared analytics service for academic libraries
Ben Showers, Graham Stone


Reference Services Review

Winner

Volume 42 number 2
Teaching metaliteracy: a new paradigm in action
Teresa Grettano, Donna Witek

Outstanding reviewer

Keren Dali


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