John Cotton Dana Library Public Relations Award

About the John Cotton Dana Library Public Relations Award The John Cotton Dana Award honors outstanding strategic communication for libraries: the art and craft of getting the right message to the right audience at the right time, and getting the right results. These awards are an outgrowth of the Library Publicity Honor Roll, 1939-42 given in behalf of the Wilson Library Bulletin and the A.L.A. Public Relations Committee.

Additional information about John Cotton Dana, the competition, and H.W. Wilson are available on the award's website

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