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OCLC ALISE Library & Information Science Research Grant Program


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Connaway, L. S. (2018). OCLC ALISE Library & Information Science Research Grant Program. Presented at ALISE 2018 Conference, February 8, 2018, Denver, Colorado.

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OCLC ALISE Library & Information Science Research Grant Program

  1. 1. ALISE 2018, Denver, 8 February 2018 OCLC ALISE Library & Information Science Research Grant Program Lynn Silipigni Connaway, PhD Moderator
  2. 2. OCLC ALISE LIS Grant Program • Promotes research relevant to the advancement of librarianship and information science • Supports research for full-time academic faculty (or equivalent) in schools of library and information science – Beginning 2017 funded 3 research projects up to $25,000 • Research of interest to the library and information science community
  3. 3. 2018 OCLC ALISE LIS Grant Call for Proposals • Prioritize submissions that integrate diversity, inclusion and equity aspects into research areas – Impact of digital technology on libraries, museums, and archives – Social media, learning, and information-seeking behavior – New developments in knowledge organization
  4. 4. OCLC ALISE LIS Grant 2018 Recipients • Characterizing the Adoption of ORCID iDs in Academic Communities • Alexander Voss, St. Andrews University • The Critical Catalog: Understanding Metadata for Access to and Promotion of Diverse Library Resources • Rachel Clarke, Syracuse University • Understanding the Information Seeking Behavior and Digital Skills of Refugee Migrants during the Job Seeking Process • Violetta Trkulja, Humboldt University
  5. 5. OCLC ALISE LIS Grant 2017 Recipients • Costing Research Data Management: Difficulties and Findings • Lorraine Richards Bornn, Drexel University • Financial Information Literacy Toolkit for Equipping over 200 Million Poor for Mobile-based Digital Payments: A Study with Public Libraries in India • Devendra Potnis, The University of Tennessee • Library Engagement with Community-based Health and Wellness in Diverse Communities • Charles Senteio, (Principal Investigator), Rutgers University • Nancy Kranich (Co-Investigator), Rutgers University
  6. 6. SM Discussion & Questions Lynn Silipigni Connaway Senior Research Scientist and Director of User Research OCLC Research @LynnConnaway OCLC ALISE LISRGP ©2015 OCLC [list any external authors here]. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Suggested attribution: “This work uses content from [list presentation title] © OCLC, [list any external authors here] used under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License:”