Best Paper Awards
Best Paper Awards
JCDL has two awards for papers; the Vannevar Bush Best Paper award for the overall best paper at the conference. In addition, there is the Best Student Paper award for a paper where the lead author is a student.
Nominations come from the Program Committee, and then a Best Paper Selection Committee selects the final awardees. This year’s selection committee is being chaired by Lillian Cassel (Villanova University) with members Lee Giles (Pennsylvania State University), Geneva Henry (Rice University) and Gary Marchionini (University of North Carolina at Chappel Hill).
All papers are eligible for the overall best paper. Those papers where the lead author is a student are considered for the best student paper award. This year’s selection committee is being chaired by Lillian Cassel. The awards will be given at the conference dinner on Wednesday, June 15th.
- Archiving the Web using Page Changes Pattern: A Case Study by Myriam Ben Saad and Stéphane Gançarski (Student Paper)
- Measuring Historical Word Sense Variation by David Bamman and Gregory Crane
- Resolving Author Name Homonymy to Improve Resolution of Structures in Co-author Networks by Theresa Velden, Asif-Ul Haque and Carl Lagoze (Student Paper)
- SharedCanvas: A Collaborative Model for Medieval Manuscript Layout Dissemination by Robert Sanderson, Benjamin Albritton, Rafael Schwemmer and Herbert Van De Sompel
- That's ‘é’ not ‘þ’ ‘?’ or ‘☐’: A user-driven context-aware approach to erroneous metadata in digital libraries by David Bainbridge, Michael B. Twidale and David M. Nichols
- The Ownership and Reuse of Visual Media by Catherine Marshall and Frank Shipman
- Understanding Digital Library Adoption: A Use Diffusion Approach by Keith Maull, Manuel Gerardo Saldivar and Tamara Sumner(Student Paper)
- on JCDL website at http://www.jcdl.org/awards.shtml