ALISE/Bohdan S. Wynar Research Paper Competition
The purpose of this award is to further stimulate the communication of research at ALISE Annual Meetings. Research papers concerning any aspect of library and information science are eligible. This competition is not limited to research regarding LIS education. Any research methodology is acceptable. Up to two winning papers may be selected.
The winner(s) of the award will be honored at the ALISE Annual Meeting and will be expected to present a summary of their paper at that meeting. The award does not include an honorarium.
The papers will be judged by the Research Committee with the assistance of additional ALISE members in those cases where the research topic or methodology warrant. All reviewing is blind. Research papers will be judged on the following criteria:
Please submit a blind copy of your paper. Papers will be disqualified if they exhibit one or more of the following:
Heidi Julien, Buffalo - firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristen Rebmann, San Jose
2016 - Denise Agosto, Rachel Magee, Michael Dickard, and Andrea Forte, Drexler University, for Teens, Technology, and Libraries: An Uncertain Relationship
2014 - Virgil E. Varvel, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Yi Shen, John Hopkins University, for Data Management: Consulting at the John Hopkins University