A related question to all :
Is there a way to know how many national dissertations are completed
in LIS on an annual basis ? Other than checking Proquest
Dissertations & Abstracts by school etc ? and by specializations also?
This question may have been asked previously, just wondering about
this in terms of ALISE -is this something that is also maintained
I know that Arthur Young used to maintain a bibliography of
dissertations & theses
The last edition I have is from 1988 the 3rd revised edition: there
may be others more recent-?
American Library History: A Bibliography of Dissertations & Theses
Arthur P. Young ISBN 0810821389
"This third revised edition is based on Michael H. Harris' A Guide to
Research in American Library History (Scarecrow, 1968; 2d edition,
On 7/11/11, Toni Carbo <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> These are all posted on the ALISE Website back to 1996 when the award was
> first granted. Yes, only the latest years are on the main Webpage, but past
> winners of awards are on the website under the specific awards.
> Here is the URL: http://www.alise.org/mc/page.do?sitePageId=55538
> Toni Carbo
> On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 4:20 PM, Chris D'Arpa <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> An: Have you contacted the ALA Archives at the University of Illinois?
>> ALISE is an affiliated organization within the ALA Archives. Link:
>> (click on Records and manuscripts link for more info)
>> On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 11:44 AM, Ann Oneill <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> > I need some help from other librarians. I'm trying to find or compile a
>> > of the ALISE Garfield Dissertation award winners. ALISE only has the
>> > last
>> > 2-3 years on their website. I've searched JESSE archives with little
>> > success. I also remember seeing a message on JESSE a number of years ago
>> > with a fairly comprehensive list at that time.
>> > So, if someone knows if/where there is such a list, I'd appreciate that.
>> > you won an award (or know someone who did), please send me their
>> > (Name, dissertation title, school, and year).
>> > Why do I want this? I often refer my doctoral students to many of the
>> > dissertations I read while on the committee. Having this list would be
>> > helpful instead of "The lady from UCLS who did hers on film
>> > (Karen Gracy).
>> > Thanks so much.
>> > Ann
>> > Ann L. O'Neill, Professor
>> > School of Library and Information Management
>> > Emporia State University
>> > Box 4025
>> > 1200 Commercial St.
>> > Emporia, KS 66801-5087
>> > Phone: 620-341-5320
>> > Fax: 620-341-5233
>> > Email: [log in to unmask]
>> Chris D'Arpa
>> Doctoral student | Information in Society Fellow
>> Graduate School of Library and Information Science
>> University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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