The SLA Europe Dissertation Prize was offered to Masters-level LIS students from each of the four participating universities: Brighton, London Metropolitan, Loughborough and Sheffield. Staff at each university selected the best dissertation based on research on a subject pertinent to those working in special libraries.
The prize launched in 2007, and included a certificate and a £100 cheque.
This round of SLA Europe dissertation prizes is now at an end. We’re currently reconsidering how we interact with students and library schools. Watch this space for more details, and contact us if you have any suggestions- we’d love to hear from you
Previous Dissertation Award winners:
Richard Alleman (London Metropolitan)
Jill Rutt (University of Sheffield)
Hardy Schwamm (Loughborough University)
Betty Rabar (London Metropolitan)
Clare Sinclair (University of Sheffield)
Frances Warrell (University of Brighton)
Rachel Adams(Sheffield University)
Victoria Louise Bird (Loughborough)
Ben Bose (Brighton University)
Tanya O’Rourke (London Metropolitan University)
More on our award winners and their dissertations appeared in SLA Europe News.