Today I received a notice from Norene Erickson, the Editor-In-Chief of Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, that my article on public librarians’ low-morale experiences has won the journal’s Partnership Award for the best article of 2020! She noted, ” Articles were nominated by the editorial team, and an awards committee made the final decision based on:
- Relevance/timeliness to the profession
- Contribution and impact on the profession
She also shared that despite the short publishing time of the article (it was published in January 2021), it is tracking as one of the most popular viewed/downloaded articles of the year (at announcement time, it had 4,964 abstract views and 7,753 downloads).
I’m so honored that my work is being recognized in this way. UPDATE: Read the announcement.