Award winners were announced at the conference dinner at the #lilac13 LILAC Conference last night. Winner of the Information Literacy Practitioner of the Year Award was Kim McGowan (Learning Advisor and Information Literacy Academic Liaison Librarian, University of Cumbria) and runner up was Michelle Schneider (Skills@Library, University of Leeds).
The Credo Reference Digital Award for Information Literacy was won by Open University Library’s Digital and information literacy (DIL) framework and Being Digital site (Jo Parker, Katharine Reedy, Kirsty Baker, Natasha Huckle and Matthew Taylor). Highly commended were The Final Chapter: the undergraduate research project guide (Sally Dalton and Skills@Library, University of Leeds) and The Final Chapter: the undergraduate research project guide (Sally Dalton and Skills@Library, University of Leeds).
It had already been announced that winner of the student places at the conference were Darren Flynn (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Roisin Cassidy (from my own department, University of Sheffield).
Congratulations to all the winners!