AIIP Connections is the official member publication of the Association of Independent Information Professionals.

Sponsored by Information Today, Inc., a $350 award is given to the writer of the best original article published in AIIP Connections each year. The award is designed to encourage original contributions to our newsletter and is announced at the AIIP Annual Conference.

Year
Recipient
Article
 
2016

Cathy Chiba
"Overcoming Stage Fright: Lessons from Centre Stage," AIIP Connections 29(4), Dec 2015
2015
Jan Knight

"Strategic Alliances to Help Build Your Business," AIIP Connections 28(4), December 2014.

 
2014
Phyllis Smith

"MOOC-ying Around with Continuing Education and Professional Development," AIIP Connections 27(3), September 2013.

 
2013
Danielle Conklin

"Don’t Delay, Hire a Business Coach Today," AIIP Connections 26(3), September 2012.

 
2012
Ellen Naylor

"How Intuition Can Guide Your Research and Research Business," AIIP Connections 25(1), March 2011.

 
2011
Jan Davis

"Elance: Friend or Foe?" AIIP Connections 24(1), March 2010.

 
2010
Marjorie Desgrosselliers

"Go SEO Yourself: Five Ways You Can Get Some Search Engine Love," AIIP Connections 23(3), July/September 2009.

 
2009
Heather Carine

"Opportunities in a Changing World," AIIP Connections 22(6), November/December 2008.

 
2008
Irit Avidor

"Visual Search Is Worth a Thousand Words," AIIP Connections 21(5), September 2007.

 
2007
Jan Davis

"Walking Through the Fire: A Business Slump Chronology,"AIIP Connections 20(1), Spring 2006.

 
2006
Julie Mallon

"Combat Tactics for the Business Doldrums," AIIP Connections 19(4), Winter 2005.

 
2005
Karen Lougheed

"Feast and Famine," AIIP Connections 18(3), Fall 2004.

 
2004
Mugure Mugo

"Outsourcing to Developing Economies Set to Grow," AIIP Connections 17(1), Spring 2003.

 
2003
Amelia Kassel

"Market Share and Value Add," AIIP Connections 16(1), Spring 2002.

 

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