Canadian National Site Licensing Project wins CACUL Innovation Achievement Award

Ottawa, June 21, 2002 – The Canadian National Site Licensing Project (CNSLP) has won the 2002 Innovation Achievement Award of the Canadian Association of College and University Libraries (CACUL), a division of the Canadian Library Association (CLA).

The award is sponsored by the SIRSI Corporation and recognizes academic libraries, which, through innovation in ongoing programs/services or in a special event/project, have contributed to the advancement of academic librarianship and library development.

CACUL President, E. Jane Philipps, Head, Engineering and Science Library Douglas Library, Queen’s University, said that the Canadian National Site Licensing Project demonstrates the five essential criteria of the Innovation Achievement award: innovation, utility, long-term impact, ambition and currency. According to Philipps,