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Encyclopedia of Social Work Online Selected as a Finalist for 2014 CODiE Awards for Best Scholarly Publishing Information Solution

Released on April 4, 2014

Oxford University Press (OUP) is pleased to announce that the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) CODiE Awards have recognized the Encyclopedia of Social Work Online (ESW) as a finalist for Best Scholarly Publishing Information Solution award for 2014.  Other finalists in this category include ProQuest ETD Administrator and Scholaris from Semantico.  Published in partnership with the National Association of Social Workers Press, the monthly-updated ESW online features hundreds of overview articles and biographies to guide social work study and practice.

During the past 28 years, the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) CODiE Awards have recognized more than 1,000 software and information companies for achieving excellence. The CODiE Awards remain the only peer-recognized program in the content, education, and software industries so each CODiE Award win serves as incredible market validation for a product’s innovation, vision, and overall industry impact.

Damon Zucca, Publisher of Reference and Online products for OUP USA stated, “The Encyclopedia of Social Work Online is an outstanding example of the OUP’s commitment to publishing digital reference services that address evolving research needs, and we are honored to learn it has been recognized as a CODiE finalist.”

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