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Winner announced for the 2010 De Gruyter Saur / IFLA Research Paper award

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And the winner is:

Pauline Nicholas, Electronic Reference Librarian at the Main Library of the University of the West Indies in Mona, Jamaica



This is an annual award for the best research paper on a topic of importance to publishing and access to information.

This year's topic was Digital Libraries, with subthemes:

  • the digitisation process
  • access to digital information
  • preservation of digital material
  • use and users of the digital library

For more information about this year's award, please see IFLA's news release.

Where can we download or access her paper?


Where can we download or access her paper?


Hazman Aziz

Hello Hazman, We don't know

Hello Hazman, We don't know right now, but we will do our best to find out and add it to the article. The IFLA Web Team

Research Paper

The paper is up for review and hopefully it will be published in LIBRI early 2011.  I am sure IFLA will be advised as soon as things are finalized