This award recognizes excellence in an item in the Article, Forum, or Reports of Practice categories in the Journal of Professional, Continuing and Online Education (formerly the Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education) published in the calendar year preceding the annual general meeting. President elect should remind the Editor(s) of the Journal of his or her responsibility for setting up and chairing, in a non-voting capacity, a three-person adjudication committee (with bilingual judging capacity as necessary), whose activities will include review of criteria if warranted. It may be determined that no award be given in a particular year.
The committee should be formed by February of each year so that the work may be done in March and April. The winner(s), if any, should be selected by mid-April and advised immediately by the Journal editor so they can plan to attend the Awards Luncheon held during the Annual Conference. In addition, the Journal Editor should advise the President-Elect of the decision, and send the names of the winner(s), the full title of the article(s) and comments from the adjudication committee to the member of the Executive Committee holding the Awards Committee Liaison portfolio, for inclusion in the Awards Luncheon program. The President Elect should ensure that an award certificate is prepared for the winner and that the Journal Award is presented at the Awards Luncheon.
The winner of the 2017 Journal Award is Maureen Reed and Marilyn Hadad, Ryerson University (PHOTO)
Promoting Meaning and Life Satisfaction to Older Students through Service Learning in Continuing Education.
Journal of Professional, Continuing and Online Education/Vol. 1, No. 1 (2016)
The winner of the 2015 Journal Award is Pia Zeni Marks, Brad Jennings, Barbara Farrell, Natalie Kennie-Kaulbach, Derek Jorgenson, Jane Pearson Sharpe and Nancy Waite (PHOTO)
“I gained a skill and a change in attitude”: A Case Study Describing How an Online Continuing Professional Education Course for Pharmacists Supported Achievement of Its Transfer-to-Practice Outcomes.
Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education/Vol. 40, No. 2 (2014) Revue Canadienne de L’Éducation Permanente Universitaire / Vol. 40, No 2 (2014)