List not yet fully compiled. This list is unlikely ever to be comprehensive as there are probably many items we do not know about. It is also possible that authors find contributed material say a report that has been deposited on CAIN and then only reference the paper version without specifying the digital source.
Henry is known internationally as the moderator of the Conservation DistList and the creator and administrator of Conservation OnLine CoOL tools for communication and dissemination of knowledge within the field.
When Henry started the Conservation DistList inonly one other library listserv existed. Henry has added resources to CoOL, and is at the ready during a crisis, for example, posting a clearinghouse of updates after the Katrina and Rita disasters. His innovative use of technologies to provide the infrastructure for information exchange and dissemination has shaped the field of conservation to the great benefit of American libraries.
The Paul Banks and Carolyn Harris Preservation Award honors the memories of Paul Banks and Carolyn Harris, early leaders in library preservation, teachers, and mentors for many in the field of preservation.
Based upon wisdom and foresight, he advances the idea that these six challenges cannot be solved by libraries working independently but rather must be solved by working cooperatively.
Carole Atkinson, on behalf of her late husband, has designated the scholarship be given to the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at Simmons College in Boston. The authors explore current license agreement practices and highlight procedural concerns that will be influencing budgets and collections in academic libraries for the foreseeable future.
This thoughtful analysis offers libraries practical recommendations to consider when making collection decisions about purchased electronic resources and perpetual access. The jury commends the authors for identifying and explaining the head-spinning particulars of dealing with electronic journals in a clear, understandable and logical fashion.
Webb began her current position in and has since demonstrated her commitment to serials work and continued professional development through her scholarship— including an article in College and Research Libraries News and a forthcoming article in College and Undergraduate Libraries— as well as participation in state and national professional groups and membership in associations.
Webb expressed a desire to broaden her horizons through participation in the ALA at the national level, where she can network with other colleagues who work with serials. From print to online, from punch cards to digitization, Julia Blixrud has been at the forefront of developments in serials work and scholarly communication.
She has labored tirelessly in her outreach efforts within the library and academic communities to broaden understanding of the complex economic and political issues in scholarly publishing. Only an exceptionally skilled individual could spearhead fundamental change in our system of scholarly publishing.
On top of her outstanding credentials and deep knowledge of the issues, Blixrud enjoys an outstanding reputation among her peers. Atkinson Memorial Award James G.
Named in honor of one of the pioneers of library automation, the Atkinson Award recognizes an academic librarian who has made significant contributions in the area of library automation or management, and has made notable improvements in library services or research.
Atkinson Memorial Award Committee Chair. He has become a recognized authority both nationally and internationally on copyright in relation to libraries and higher education.
He has served as advisor to the U. His leadership in shaping the national debate on intellectual property policy and his active role in government testimony has influenced the direction of public policy in this area.
As library administrator, he has developed creative approaches to scholarly publication, framed innovative partnerships between libraries and scholars, and promoted an expansive vision of the roles of libraries in the scholarly endeavor. He received his B. Atkinson Award is jointly sponsored by four divisions of the American Library Association: The award is funded from an endowment established to honor Hugh C.
Wolven is recognized for his outstanding contributions to the practice of cataloging and metadata as a thinker grounded in practice, a leader inspired with generosity, and a doer motivated by an encompassing vision of what can be achieved.
At Columbia University Libraries, he has risen through the ranks from a meticulous serials cataloger to a deeply respected and visionary leader of its technical services and information technology divisions.
Leadership in Library Acquisitions Award: Gibbs has a strong record of dedicated service to both the institutions in which she has worked and the associations with which she has been active. She is highly respected for her selfless work ethic and the leadership she has brought to the academic library profession.
Many of us have known her as a mentor, adviser, counselor, and friend. Gibbs is effective without micromanaging, getting the groups to turn in new directions and involving all in decision-making.
Gibbs has held the position of head of the Acquisitions Department for the Duke University Libraries since The Great Zoo of China. Hell Island (Scarecrow, book by Matthew Reilly - book cover, description, publication history.
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