The 2018 winner is:
LEAP Online (Mary Barden, Dawn Grundy, Graeme Prescott & Emily McIntosh, University of Bolton).
The judges were Katharine Reedy (Learning & Teaching Development Manager, Open University) and Josie Fraser (Social and Educational Technologist).
LEAP Online is an interactive digital resource suite for promoting student learning development and information literacy at the University of Bolton.
The judges were impressed; Katharine Reedy explained: “this is well thought-through and the front end is visually appealing. It has a strong underpinning framework that enables students to develop their skills in a scaffolded way, with clear links to the curriculum and to employability. There is evidence of positive student engagement with the resource through badges gained and survey feedback.”
Congratulations to the Bolton team!
Sponsored by the Open University, this award recognises an individual or group who develop the best new digital educational resource for promoting Information Literacy (IL). The winner will receive £500 for personal use and £500 for their nominated charity.
GCU UK online copyright advisor - Marion Kelt, Glasgow Caledonian University.
An introduction to referencing and APA - Sheffield Hallam University's Online Teaching Toolkit for Referencing - Sheffield Hallam University Library Referencing Group.
Information and Digital Literacy Tutorials (IDLT) - University of Sheffield's Library Learning Services Unit (Aarti Sehgal, Amy Haworth, Cat Bazela, Caterina Sciamanna, Elka Hubenova, Helen Dickinson, Jenny Pacheco, Jesse Armstrong, Kate Grigsby, Matt Cooper, Matt Gilchrist, Rosa Sadler, Sian Rushton and Vicky Grant).
LEAP Online - The University of Bolton (Dr. Emily McIntosh, Mary Barden, Dawn Grundy and Graeme Prescott).
Enhancing Academic Skills Online - Goldsmiths, University of London Library Services (Kay McEachren, Will Hall and Antonia Lewis).
Skills Guides - Teaching and Learning Team, Information Services, University of York.
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