Looking for questions from librarians about research methods to be featured in Connaway & Radford book
June 23, 2015
December 17, 2014
Looking for a roommate for this year’s conference? A female doctoral student from FSU, Biyang Yu, is looking for someone to share a hotel room. If you are interested, contact Biyang via email: email@example.com
Since 1950, through 63 volumes, “Libri: International Journal of Libraries and Information Services” has been a leader among scholarly journals in the international library world. As part of its strategy to remain one of the premier library journals, Libri is issuing a call for “Best Student Paper of 2014.” This competition supports Libri’s goal of publishing the best articles from the next generation of library and information science professionals. We are proud once again to recognize the very best article with this special award.
Students at all levels* are invited to submit articles with clarity and authority. There is no stated theme. Research papers should address one of the significant issues facing today’s librarians and information professionals. Case studies, best practices, and pure research papers are all welcome.
Length: approx. 5000 words
Deadline: June 30, 2014
The best paper will be selected by an independent panel consisting of selected members of the Editorial Board, the Advisory Board and other international experts. Submissions will be judged on the basis of
– originality of thought and observation
– depth of research and scholarship
– topicality of problems addressed
– the international readership of the journal
The article will be published in the 2014:4 issue. The author of the winning article will be honoured with an award of EUR500 and with a complementary subscription to Libri for 2015. If the quality of competition warrants, some papers may be designated as honourable mention and the authors will receive complementary subscriptions to Libri for 2015. The normal provision to the author of e-prints applies to all winners.
Manuscripts should be submitted to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/libri. When submitting a paper for the Best Student Paper Award, please choose “Library Student Award” at the drop down menu “Manuscript Type”. Author instructions and further indications of the scope of papers suitable for publication in Libri are available at the Libri site at http://www.librijournal.org/authorinst.html.
All submissions should include a cover sheet confirming:
. the name of the institution where the student is or was enrolled;
. the dates when the student is or was enrolled;
. the date when the paper was written and the course for which it was prepared if no longer a student.
* Exception: Senior information scholars returning to school for additional degrees outside the field of library and information science are not eligible for this award.
To read about previous winners and for further information see: http://www.librijournal.org/award.html
January 30, 2014
Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Jean Tague‐Sutcliffe
Doctoral Student Poster Competition!
Patricia B. Condon, Simmons College, for Digital Curation through the Lens of Disciplinarity: A Study of the Development, Education, and Knowledge Transfer of an Emerging Field
Jinxuan Ma, Florida State University, for Interacting with Health Information for Self-Care: An Exploratory Study of Undergraduate Students’ Health Information Literacy
John A. D’Ignazio, Syracuse University, for E-Science Information Modeling: Investigating Scientists’ Information Resources and Structures for Enhanced Digital Curation
Mary-Jo Romaniuk, SJSU/Queensland University of Technology, for Developing Emerging Leaders in the Library Profession: Program Content, Self-Efficacy, and Leadership
Jihee Beak, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, for A Child-Driven Metadata Schema: Children’s Cognitive Processes in Book Selection and Metadata Elements
January 21, 2014
Headed to ALISE 2014? Don’t miss the Doctoral Student SIG business meeting at 7:30 on Wednesday, especially if you’re interested in becoming involved. Chairs cannot participate in the Doctoral Student Poster competition, so if you know you won’t qualify to enter that next year, think about taking over for the current chairs!
Also not to be missed: The Doc SIG program session on “Developing Theories and Models in Research: Where to Begin?” Our guest speakers will be Karen E. Fisher of the University of Washington and Sanda Erdelez of the University of Missouri who were co-editors of Theories of Information Behaviour (2005) and are currently working on a new edition.
January 4, 2014
Attention ALISE doctoral student members: ALISE needs volunteers for the registration table at the conference, especially from 8am-6pm on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 21-22. It’s a great way to meet people and put names you may already know with faces. Contact Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-795-0996 if you can help out. Thanks!