The Credo Reference Digital Award for Information Literacy – Winner announced



The CILIP Information Literacy Group is pleased to announce for the second year running an award for innovation in digital resources for information literacy, generously sponsored by Credo Reference.  This award recognises an individual or group who develop the best new digital resource for promoting information literacy.  The winner receives £500 for personal use and £500 for their nominated charity.


The 2013 winner is:

The Open University Library’s Digital and information literacy (DIL) framework & Being Digital site (Jo Parker, Katharine Reedy, Kirsty Baker, Natasha Huckle and Matthew Taylor).  Click here to see accompanying Digital Facilitation Cards

Many congratulations!

The judges also highly commended:

The Final Chapter: the undergraduate research project guide (Sally Dalton and Skills@Library, University of Leeds)

Engage: Social Media Michaelmas (Elizabeth McCarthy, Kate Lindsay and Stephen Eyre, IT Services & Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford)

The other nominees were:

BIALL Legal Information Literacy Statement (BIALL Working Group on Legal Information Literacy: Emily Albon, Ruth Bird, Natasha Choolhun, Peter Clinch, Tracey Dennis, Julie Ferris, Kathy Jacob and Loyita Worley)

Cass Library Certification Programme (Carolyn Smith, City University, London)
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The Finding Company Information App (Jacqui Gaul and Carolyn Smith, City University, London)

Flying Start Project (Skills@Library, University of Leeds)

succeed@Solent (Helen Capstick, Carina Buckley, Roger Emery, Christina Ryan, Kathryn Ballard, Julie Kingstone and Hannah Young, Southampton Solent University)

What is Information Literacy? (video) (Vicky Grant and Amy Collins, University of Sheffield)

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