book "Computerization Movements and Technology
Diffusion: From Mainframes to Ubiquitous Computing"
by Margaret S. Elliott and
Kenneth L. Kraemer won the
Choice 2009 Outstanding Academic Title.
About the Award
Outstanding Academic Titles, 2009
Choice, v.47, no. 05, January 2010
year, Choice subject editors single
out for recognition the most significant print
and electronic works reviewed in Choice
during the previous calendar year. Appearing
annually in Choice’s January issue,
this prestigious list of publications reflects
the best in scholarly titles and attracts extraordinary
attention from the academic library community.
The 2009 feature includes 652 titles in 54 disciplines
In awarding Outstanding Academic Title
status, the editors apply several criteria to
• overall excellence in presentation and scholarship
• importance relative to other literature in
• distinction as a first treatment of a given
subject in book or electronic form
• originality or uniqueness of treatment
• value to undergraduate students
• importance in building undergraduate library
The list cites only bibliographic information.
The number and publication issue of each review
are also provided to assist readers wishing
detailed evaluations of the titles.
In publishing the Outstanding Academic Titles
feature, Choice acknowledges and honors
the authors, editors, and publishers of these
works for their vital contribution to the scholarly
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