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2005 Robert H. Blackburn Distinguished Paper Award Winner Announced


The members of the CACUL Research Board are pleased to announce the winner of the inaugural Robert H. Blackburn Distinguished Paper Award for 2005:

Denise Koufogiannakis, Linda Slater and Ellen Crumley. (2004). A Content Analysis of Librarianship Research. Journal of Information Science, 30(3) 227-239.

Through their content analysis of library and information studies literature published in 2001, the authors offer insight into the most common topics and issues selected by librarians as foci for research as well as identifying growing areas of interest. Top journals for published research in library and information studies are also identified.

The CACUL Robert H. Blackburn Distinguished Paper Award seeks to acknowledge notable research published by CACUL members through the presentation of an annual award of $200. The annual submission deadline is February 28th. Details can be found at:
http://www.cla.ca/AM/Template.cfm?Section=CACUL_Robert_H_Blackburn_Distinguished_Paper_Award

Congratulations to the authors!

J. Dalton
Chair, CACUL Research Board
Leddy Library / University of Windsor


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