Thanks to the generous support of Elsevier, the Programme Committee is able to award the three abstracts which best describe an achievement in the overall theme of the LIBER Annual Conference “Re-inventing the Library: Challenges in the new Information Environment”.
The LIBER Award for Library Leadership consists of the opportunity to present the selected paper at the LIBER Annual Conference 2010 in Aarhus, Denmark, free registration, plus travelling expenses and accommodation - with a maximum of 1,000 Euros per submission, based on economy class travel and accommodation for up to 4 nights in a hotel from the list of recommended hotels on the Conference website.
After deliberation, the selection process has now been finalised and we are therefore happy to announce the Programme Committee's decision to award the following:
- Ana van Meegen Silva & Imke Limpens: How serious do we need to be? Improving information literacy skills through gaming and interactive elements
- Graham Stone: Searching life, the universe and everything? The implementation of Summon at the University of Huddersfield
- Jani Sassali: TOR - Toolbox of Research Information Literacy guidance
Congratulations to our winners!
The awards will be presented on 29 June 2010 at 16.35.