Grants and Scholarships
MLA Research, Development, and Demonstration Project Grant
The purpose of this grant is to provide support for research, development,
or demonstration projects that will help to promote excellence in the
field of health sciences librarianship and information sciences. Grants
range from $100 to $1000. Grants will not be given to support an activity
that is operational in nature or has only local usefulness. More than
one award may be granted in a year.
- 2012: none awarded
- 2011: Kristine M. Alpi
- 2010: Catherine Mary Boss
"A research study: Does exemplary library services to patients and their
family members, friends, and caregivers influence patient satisfaction scores?"
- 2009: Naomi Broering
"The efficacy of digital conversion of audiotape collection to CD format
measuring change in use and evaluating user satisfaction"
- 2008: none awarded
- 2007: Fern Cheek and Lynda Hartel
"An investigation of electronic book use in an Academic Medical Center"
"The publication rate of poster entries and abstracts from MLA annual
meetings in peer-reviewed or respective professional and trade journals"
- 2006: none awarded
- 2005: Peggy Mullaly-Quijas
- 2004: Ellen Crumley
- 2003: none awarded
- 2002: none awarded
- 2001: Shelly Paden and Mary C. Congleton
"A study of the experiences and opinions of Loansome Doc Libraries and
end-users in the Midwest United States"
- 2000: Jolene M. Miller
surrounding the administration of a credit course for medical students: Survey
of US academic health science librarians"
- 1999: Catherine Graber
"Survey of Health Sciences Faculty Use of Library Computer Systems"
- 1998: Mary M. Howrey
- 1997: none awarded
- 1996: Alexandra Dimitroff
The Use of Problem Based Learning in a Health Sciences Librarianship
- 1995: Monica Unger
Comparison of Information Retrieval Methods in an Academic Medical Library
- 1994: none awarded
- 1993: Jennifer M. Bayne and Joan L. Leishman
A Study to Measure the Impact of a problem-Based Learning Curriculum
on the Teaching Hospital Library of the University of Toronto
- 1992: none awarded
- 1991: Joanne G. Marshall, Ph.D.
of the Impact of Information on Clinical Decision Making
Barbara Carlson and Robert Poyer
An Investigation of a Rational Binding Schedule Based on Use and Indexing
- 1990: Paul Wrynn, Van Afes and Diane Schwartz
- 1989: Karen Hackelman, Virginia A. Lingle, and M. Sandra Wood
- 1988: none awarded
- 1987: none awarded
- 1986: Mark Funk, Carolyn Anne Reid, and Audrey Powderly
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