Awards

Winners of the portal: Libraries and the Academy Johns Hopkins University Press Award for Best Article

2005: Todd A. Carpenter, Heather Joseph, and Mary Waltham, “A Survey of Business Trends at BioOne Publishing Partners and its Implications for BioOne,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 4, 3 (2004): 465–84.
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2006: Brian D. Cameron, “Trends in the Use of ISI [Institute for Scientific Information] Bibliometric Data: Uses, Abuses, and Implications,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 5, 1 (2005): 105–25.
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2007: Corinna Baksik, “Fair Use or Exploitation? The Google Book Search Controversy,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 6, 4 (2006): 399–415.
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2008: Amos Lakos, “Evidence-Based Library Management: The Leadership Challenge,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 7, 4 (2007): 431–50.
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2009: Sharon K. Epps, “African-American Women Leaders in Academic Research Libraries,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 8, 3 (2008): 255–72.
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2010: Scott Bennett, “Libraries and Learning: A History of Paradigm Change,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 9, 2 (2009): 181–97.
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2011: Kevin Smith, “Copyright Renewal for Libraries: Seven Steps toward a User-Friendly Law,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 10, 1 (2010): 5–27.
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2012: Kathryn Lage, Barbara Losoff, and Jack Maness, “Receptivity to Library Involvement in Scientific Data Curation: A Case Study at the University of Colorado Boulder,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 11, 4 (2011): 915–37.
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2013: Tyler Walters, “The Future Role of Publishing Services in University Libraries,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 12, 4 (2012): 425–54.
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2014: Jennifer L. Bonnet, Sigrid Anderson Cordell, Jeffery Cordell, Gabriel J. Duque, Pamela J. MacKintosh, and Amanda Peters, “The Apprentice Researcher: Using Undergraduate Researchers’ Personal Essays to Shape Instruction and Services,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 13, 1 (2013): 37–59.
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2015: Ellysa Stern Cahoy and Smiljana Antonijević, “Personal Library Curation: An Ethnographic Study of Scholars’ Information Practices,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 14, 2 (2014): 287–306. 
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2016: Richard Fyffe, “The Value of Information: Normativity, Epistemology, and LIS in Luciano Floridi,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 15, 2 (2015): 276–86.
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2017: Eamon Tewell, “Toward the Resistant Reading of Information: Google, Resistant Spectatorship, and Critical Information Literacy,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 16, 2 (2016): 289­310.
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2018: Mark Lenker, “Developmentalism: Learning as the Basis for Evaluating Information,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 17, 4 (2017): 721–37.
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2019: Stefanie R. Bluemle, “Post-Facts: Information Literacy and Authority after the 2016 Election,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 18, 2 (2018): 265–82.
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2020: Kyle M. L. Jones,“‘Just Because You Can Doesn’t Mean You Should’: Practitioner Perceptions of Learning Analytics Ethics,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 19, 5 (2019): 407–28.
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2021: Sara Maurice Whitver, “Accessible Library Instruction in Practice,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 20, 2 (2020): 381–98.
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