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LIS Links Awards

LIS Links have the following awards

1. LIS Links Scholar Award. LIS Links (http://www.lislinks.com) is becoming strong and strong day by day. LIS Links becomes successful because of the growing number of people who want to help others. Most of the questions are replied and many discussion have a long and helpful conversations. LIS Links Scholar Award is all about rewarding those people who have always offered superb news (job vacancy announcements / seminar posting), tips, answered the queries of others and help the site grow. We are here to spotlight, congratulate, handshake those people through LIS Links Scholar Award. It’s a way for us, to recognize some of the most valuable, dynamic people here on LIS Links. If you've hung out on LIS Links for any amount of time, chances are you have found yourself in a great conversation or new post with one of these people.
As a small way of saying thanks for sharing their great advice and ideas, each LIS Links Scholar will be awarded with a CERTIFICATE, a MEMENTOS and thousands of virtual hugs and pats on the back.
1.1 Criteria: The criteria is in the hierarchical order. You can only move from point (a) to (d) through (b) and (c). Jumping is never allowed. Kindly note that final decision will be made based on quality content and reputation of your posted message over LIS Links.
(a) You should have More than 200 posts [number of Job Post + Forum (including replies) + Events + Photos] in between 26th February, 2008 (LIS Links was born) to 31st December, 2014. See your present profile page statistics HERE.
(b) Your name should appear over the Leader-board's top three member in any particular Month (January, 2014-December, 2014). HERE is the list of existing top members. To appear over the list, you should periodically post messages over LIS Links, without any major gap; should be first to post any major announcements that will influence our subject, your post should be liked, and shared (over Google Plus, Twitter, etc) by others, and so on.
(c) You should be a Featured Members / LIS Links Star in between January, 2013 to December, 2013. HERE is the present LIS Links Star and HERE is the present featured members. If you cross point 1 and 2, it will hardly take a week to cross the point 3.
(d) You should have well formatted quality content that receive substantial amount of traffic. To attain more traffic you are encouraged to publicize your post over other platforms (twitter, facebook, etc). We used to measure the traffic through Google Analytics and Ning's default Pageviews tab.

1.2 LIS Links Scholar Awardees: The LIS Links Scholars are mentioned below. You are encouraged to see all LIS Links Scholar Awardees HERE.

2010: Gireesh Kumar T K.

2011: Kamaljeet Kaur

2012: Siddhartha Shankar Ray

2013: Ravi Kumar

We’ll add additional people from time to time to this roster of LIS Links Scholar Award, so if you are one of the professionals who pitch in and help around here a lot, you might be next.

2 India's Best Institutional Repository Award: LIS Links through its sister project Open Access Journals Search Engine (www.oajse.com) awards the India's Best Institutional Repository Award. The award will include a CERTIFICATE and a MEMENTOS.

2.1 Criteria: We invite nomination from the Indian Institutional Repositories (IR) who fulfills all of the following criteria

a) The IR should be available over Web (Internet)

b) Should have a minimum of 50 publications.

c) Should have a minimum of 10 author's contribution.

d) Should be at least one month old.

2.3 India's Best Institutional Repository Awardees

2012: Institutional Repository of Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (ePrints@CMFRI) (http://eprints.cmfri.org.in/)

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