Deadline for submissions is April 10th, 2019
The Mount Royal Library Awards for Research Excellence recognize students producing outstanding scholarly projects such as essays/papers, film projects, poster presentations, web or technology-based projects, or creative works that demonstrate research skills and the effective use of information resources.
Submissions must include a reflective essay which describes the use of information resources during the research process and a bibliography. The committee will not consider submissions that are missing these components.
Individual projects and group projects will be evaluated for the award category entered on the application:
Senior Award - $1000: For projects created in 4000-level or higher courses, independent studies, capstone or honours thesis work, this category recognizes projects which are larger in scope, represent a higher level of independence and a greater depth of research.
Junior Award - $1000: For projects created in 1000-level to 3000-level courses, this category recognizes outstanding student work at a level that is smaller in scope and depth of research.
Group Award - $1500: For projects created at any course level, this category recognizes outstanding student work completed by 2 or more students.The award will divided equally among group members.
An interdisciplinary committee comprised of five faculty members (including two librarians) will apply the corresponding award rubrics (see Application and Evaluation Criteria Section) to each submission and select applications from each category for individual awards (Junior or Senior) and a Group Award.
(Mount Royal University acknowledges the assistance of Giovale Library at Westminster College in developing the award process and documents.)
To be eligible for the Mount Royal Library Awards for Research Excellence, you must satisfy the following criteria:
Questions about eligibility should be addressed to Tejay Gardiner at 403.440.6137 or via email at email@example.com.