The Sara Aull Award recognizes the best student paper of publishable quality relating to special libraries. Papers are judged on
originality, professional significance, clarity of expression, and relevance to the field of special librarianship. The winner receives a $1000 cash prize and publication on the NCSLA website.
At our December 4th banquet Jill Robinson, NCSLA Student Relations Chair, presented this award to Gaye Colvin, a UNC-G student living and working in Asheville. She is the ORPCE Logistics Coordinator & FM Grants/Research Coordinator at the Mountain Area Health Education Center in Asheville. Her paper reports on a user survey and needs assessment in a digital health care library.
Click here to open a pdf of the winning paper, Digital Health Sciences Library User Survey & Needs Assessment: Preceptors Use of the AHEC Digital Library in the Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC) Region .