Credo Reference Digital Award for Information Literacy 2014

The 2014 winner is the Skills Hub (Georgina Dimmock, University of Northampton) http://skillshub.northampton.ac.uk

L-R: Ian Hames (Credo), Nancy Graham (judge), Georgina Dimmock (winner), Jane Secker (judge) and Beth Ardner (Credo)

Skills Hub is a high quality repository of open educational resources (OERs) for use by schools, students, researchers and the community.  It contains resources covering core academic skills such as information evaluation, referencing, writing skills and critical thinking.

The judges were Nancy Graham (Library Academic Liaison Manager, University of Roehampton) and Jane Secker (Copyright and Digital Literacy Advisor, London School of Economics and Political Science).

The other nominees were:

 

 

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