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Fall 2017 Dan C. Hazen SALALM Fellowship Award Announced!

Bronwen Maxson, Betsaida Reyes and Alison Hicks have been awarded the Fall 2017 Dan C. Hazen SALALM Fellowship Award for their original research project proposal, “Practices of Information Professionals in Mexico.” The project will gather data about the work of information literacy instruction librarians and other information professionals in Mexico, and seeks to gain insights into how information professionals can prepare students for “global mobility from an information perspective.”

The award will cover expenses for two of the PIs to conduct focus group research in Mexico following the July 2018 SALALM conference. The preliminary results of the first phase of the project, a survey of Mexican librarians that teach information literacy, will be presented at the conference.

Bronwen Maxson is Romance Languages Librarian at the University of Colorado Boulder, Betsaida Reyes is Librarian for Spanish, Portuguese, Latin American, and Caribbean Studies at the University of Kansas, and Alison Hicks is Lecturer in Library and Information Science, Department of Information Studies, University College, London.

Congratulations, Bronwen, Betsaida and Alison!

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