Hat trick for DIS

28 October 2010

Judy Broady-Preston and Gill Hallam at the Emerald Awards ceremony in Gothenburg
Judy Broady-Preston and Gill Hallam at the Emerald Awards ceremony in Gothenburg
Every year Emerald invites each journal’s Editorial Team to nominate what they believe has been that title’s Outstanding Paper and up to three Highly Commended Papers from the previous 12 months. Three members of staff and two former MSc students were awarded prizes in the 2010 Emerald Awards. Winners are as follows:


HIGHLY COMMENDED AWARD – OCLC Systems and Services:

Richard Rogers, Hugh Preston (2009) Usability analysis for redesign of a Caribbean academic library web site: a case study.  OCLC 25 (3) pp. 200-211)


HIGHLY COMMENDED AWARD – Performance Measurement and Metrics:

Judith Broady-Preston (2009) Structuration and social identity theories: qualitative methodologies for determining skills and competencies for the information profession in the 21st century. Performance Measurement & Metrics: The International Journal for Library and Information Services, 10 (3), pp. 172-17


HIGHLY COMMENDED AWARD – Program:

Gaffney, M., & Rafferty, P. (2009) Making the Long Tail Visible: Social Networking Sites and Independent Music Discovery. Program, 43(4) pp.375-391

Details of all the winners can be found on the Emerald website  http://www.emeraldinsight.com/literati



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