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The Elmer Huff Award for Media Resources

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History

At the 1979 Annual Conference held in Ottawa a writing award was presented by the Ontario School Counsellors' Association and named The Elmer Huff Award for Professional Writing in honour of our first OSCA President. At the 1989 annual conference held in Toronto, this award was expanded to include computer software packages and multimedia resource material. The award is now called the Elmer Huff Award for Media Resources. This annual award is to recognize an OSCA member who has made a significant publishing contribution to Guidance and Career Education in Ontario.


Criteria

The nominee should meet most of the following:

  • The candidate must be a member of OSCA
  • As a basis for selection making this writing award, one or more of the following contributions to Guidance and Career Education in Ontario will be considered
    • A book or similar manuscript already published or deemed acceptable for publication
    • An article or series of articles already published or deemed acceptable for publication
    • A document or other written work
    • A computer software package or a multimedia resource
  • In cases of co-authorship that OSCA Board may wish to recognize the co-authours


Procedure

  • Any OSCA member can submit a nomination
  • The nomination should include the actual copy of the book, manuscript, article(s) or potential publication or software
  • The OSCA Board of Directors, or designate, shall select the receipient(s) each year
 
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