Now available: De Gruyter / IFLA 2015 Research Award papers (runners-up)
In 2015, the LTR Section participated in the selection process for the De Gruyter / IFLA Research Paper Award by proposing its theme and appointing a jury to select a winning paper. Thanks to all candidates and congratulations to Ana Parvan for winning the Award!
Ana's winning paper, The role of data curator in the CERN Particle Physics Data-Sharing Community, will be published in the September issue of LIBRI, a leading international scholarly journal published by De Gruyter. The author also receives prize money of EUR 1.000, donated by De Gruyter Saur. The award will be formally announced in Cape Town on 18 August during the IFLA Awards Presentation (Session 132).
Ahead of next month's publication of the winning paper, we would like to share the papers of the top runners-up. They are all worthy of your attention as well!
Sergio Ceron (Universidad Bolivariana, Chile)
- The Digital Library, an experience of access to information
- La Biblioteca Digital, una Experiencia de acceso a la información
Sarah Kaddu (National Library of Uganda)
- Collaboration in Digitising Cultural Heritage as a strategy to sustain access and sharing of cultural heritage information in Uganda
Idowu Adegbilero (Afe Babalola University, Nigeria)
Roselyn Subair & Priscilla Agbetuyi (Afe Babalola University, Nigeria)
- Blogging Medical Information Sources to Users: the Case of Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti Medical Library.
Iryna Solodovnik (University of Calabria, Italy)
- Towards A Central Digital Library Knowledge Space Aligning And Connecting Digital Libraries Globally
Two additional papers by Chhavi Jain and Mercy Iroaganachi will follow shortly.