- Awards FAQs
Answers to frequently asked questions about the John Oxley Library Award and the John Oxley Library Community History Award
What is the difference between the JOL Award and the JOL Community History Award?
Who can receive an award?
Who can't receive an award?
What do the recipients of the John Oxley Award and John Oxley Community History Award receive?
How do I submit a nomination?
When are nominations due?
If I have nominated this person or organisation in the past, can I nominate them again?
What is the nomination and assessment process?
What are the selection criteria?
Who are the judges?
When will successful nominees be notified?
What are the expectations of the Award winners?
Can I get feedback on the process of my nomination?
What can recipients of the John Oxley Library Community History award spend the gift money on?
Can interstate people or organisations be nominated?
Do individuals need to be an Australian citizen or permanent resident to be nominated?
What do I need to include in the nomination?
Do I need to provide referees in the nomination?
I'm having trouble with SmartyGrants, what do I do?
Can I save my work as I go in SmartyGrants?
Do you have any tips for a successful nomination?
How do I find out more information?
Can I self nominate?
Queensland Memory Awards
Awards recognise outstanding contributions made to advance our understanding of Queensland’s cultural heritage.