The Credo Reference Digital Award for Information Literacy was announced at the LILAC conference dinner. The annual award aims to recognise an individual librarian or group of librarians who develop the best new digital resource for promoting information literacy.
Skills@Library Team (University of Leeds) for the Skills@Library lecturer pages. This is an extensive online portfolio of teaching resources to support academic staff in the development of student IL skills. The award was presented by Jackie LaPlaca Ricords (Credo Evangelist) and John Dove (President of Credo Reference). The prize was accepted by Skills@Library team member Michelle Schneider.
The runner-up was the CPD23 Project Team led by Niamh Page (University of Cambridge). CPD23: 23 Things for Professional Development is an innovative self-directed training course aimed at introducing information professionals to a range of tools to aid personal and professional development. The certificate was accepted by Sarah Nicholas (Cardiff University).
The judges were Melissa Highton (Head of the Learning Technologies Group, Oxford University Computer Services) and Steve Ryan (Head of the Centre for Learning Technologies, London School of Economics and Political Science).