Thursday, April 13, 2017

Howard, Farley and Dix win at #lilac17

On Tuesday the winners of the UK's Information Literacy Group's Information Literacy awards were announced at the LILAC conference. The Information Literacy Award winner was Helen Howard from the University of Leeds, in particular for her work with second year students The winner of the Credo Digital Award was Charlie Farley for 23 Things for Digital Knowledge at the University of Edinburgh. The winner of the Lagadathon (for information literacy games) was Tracy Dix from the University of Warwick for her frogger-inspired Harvard referencing game.
Also, a reminder that all of Pam McKinney's great reports on the LILAC conference can be found at
Photo by Pam McKinney: Swansea beach, April 2017

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