CJE Award Winners: Audet-Allard Award & R.W.B. Jackson Award
The Canadian Journal of Education is pleased to announce the winners of the Audet-Allard Award (2016-17) and the R.W.B. Jackson Award (2017). Dr. Martine Peters’ article, “Enseigner les stratégies de créacollage numérique pour éviter le plagiat au secondaire,” was selected as the best of the 32 French articles published in Volumes 38 and 39 of the Revue canadienne de l’éducation. Dr. Scott McLean’s article, “From Cultural Deprivation to Individual Deficits: A Genealogy of Deficiency in Inuit Adult Education,” was similarly honoured from the English-language articles published in Volume 39.
The criteria for the awards are the importance and originality of the study, the appropriateness and rigor of methods, the significance of the results to the Canadian education community, and the quality of writing. The awards are adjudicated by the CJE Board of Consulting Editors.
CSSE President Nicholas Ng-A-Fook will present the awards during the CSSE reception on May 28th at 6:00 pm in the Student Learning Centre (SLC) Room 826, Ryerson University. All CSSE members are invited to celebrate with Scott and Martine.