GSLIS Doctoral Candidate Patricia B. Condon Wins ALISE/Jean Tague-Sutcliffe Doctoral Student Research Poster Competition

Thumbnail image for PatriciaCondonALISEAwardphoto.jpgGSLIS doctoral candidate Patricia B. Condon won the 2014 ALISE/Jean Tague-Sutcliffe Doctoral Student Research Poster Competition for her dissertation entitled, "Digital Curation Through the Lens of Disciplinarity:  A Study of the Development, Education, and Knowledge Transfer of an Emerging Field" at the ALISE Annual Conference in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Jeannette Bastian is Condon's advisor. 

The competition was established in memory of Jean Tague-Sutcliffe and is sponsored by the University of Western Ontario. Submissions are selected based on practical, theoretical and statistical significance, design and method, oral presentation, organization, clarity, and visual materials' aesthetics.

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