Professor Hazel Hall wins Jason Farradane Award 2016
Professor Hazel Hall has won the Jason Farradane Award 2016.

The Jason Farradane Award is made to an individual or a group of people in recognition of outstanding work in the information profession. It is named in honour of Polish-born British Information Scientist Jason Farradane (1906-1989) whose achievements include promoting scientific approaches to documentation in the 1940s, playing a leading role in the foundation of the Institute of Information Scientists in 1958, and establishing the first academic courses in information science in the UK in the 1960s at Northampton College of Advanced Technology, the precursor of the Department of Library and Information Science at City University.

Date posted

7 September 2016

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