Blackwell's Award -- Seeking nominations Joyce G. McDonough 17 Nov 2003 21:47 UTC

Blackwell's Scholarship Award:

The award honors an author or a group of authors who have written an
outstanding monograph, article or original paper in the field of
acquisitions, collection development or related areas of resources
development in libraries.  Blackwell's will donate a $2,000 scholarship to
the United States or Canadian library school of the winning author's
choice.  The scholarship will be given to a student concentrating in the
acquisitions or collection development areas.  Publications from 2002 and
2003 are eligible.  Reprints of earlier publications will not be
accepted.  The evaluation criteria include:  intellectual content;
practical value; theoretical value; scholarship; presentation; and style.

Send nominations, along with a statement giving the full bibliographic
citation of the article, book or paper being nominated and reasons for the
nomination to:  Robert Holley, chair, Blackwell Jury,

Please forgive the cross-posting and feel free to forward as appropriate.

Joyce G. McDonough                    telephone: 212-854-4764
Director, Technical Support & Acquisitions
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