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Fall 2009 Contest Winners

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Congratulations to this year's "Laud a Librarian" contest winners.

 

There were many fantastic learning objects uploaded this fall, ranging from video tutorials on citation managers to multi-resource workshops on current awareness tools for graduate students. Uploaded objects included handouts, Powerpoint slideshows with audio, and animated videos. This year we also added a prize category for learning objects that have been "recycled" or adapted from a previously shared resource.

 

Take a look!

 

The winners are:

 

Grand Prize

Susan Atkey and Sally Taylor (UBC) for Current Awareness Tools

 

Other Winners

Richard Baer (Camosun) for Using Zotero

 

Patti Romanko (Douglas) for Saving Failed Searches

 

Lindsay Ure, Jan Wallace, and Christina Sylka (UBC) for Jump Start your Research

 

Nominating a Colleague

Hope Power for nominating Moninder Bubber (SFU) Library Research Tutorials

 

Honourable Mention

Ulrike Kestler (Kwantlen) for an updated APA Citation Style Guide

Linda Matsuba (BCIT) for PCENSUS for MS Mappoint Profiling Circular Areas

Shawnna Parlongo (UBC) for Census of Canada Beyond 20/20 Tutorial

Sally Taylor (UBC) for UBC Library Jeopardy

 

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