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Credo Digital Award

Credo Digital Award for Information Literacy rewards an innovative/high impact digital resource developed by a UK-based individual or group.

Credo Digital Award for Information Literacy 2017 - Winner announced!

The winner is: 23 Things for Digital Knowledge by Stephanie (Charlie) Farley (Open Education Resources Advisor, University of Edinburgh).

The judges were Katharine Reedy (Learning & Teaching Development Manager, Open University) and Josie Fraser (Social and Educational Technologist).

Katharine explained: “we both agreed this is a superb resource which builds digital literacy through a well-designed combination of information, discovery and social interaction. It is very flexible in how it can be used, with bitesize chunks of learning, and accreditation through badging for those who wish to work through the whole course. It therefore appeals to a wide range of learners.”


The shortlisted nominees for 2017 were:

  • #1minuteCPD

    Kate Soper, Colin McAllister-Gibson, Hannah Palin and Chris Meadows (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Cath Wasuik (University of Manchester).

  • 23 Things for Digital Knowledge

    Charlie Farley (University of Edinburgh).

  • HCARE Library Guide

    Jonathan Jones (Cardiff University).

  • KlaSS

    Tom Edge, Liz Murray*, Karen Poole, Jane Pothecary and John Woodcock (King’s College London) Services.
    *(now at Institute for Advanced Legal Studies)

  • Widening Participation resources from My Learning Essentials

    Dave Hirst, Carlene Barton, Kate Reed and all staff involved in the Library Widening Participation service (University of Manchester)


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