Katharine Reedy

Katharine Reedy is a digital and information literacy specialist at Open University Library Services. She was co-developer of the OU"s Digital & information literacy framework and a leading contributor to the award-winning "Being digital" collection of bite-size activities. Professional interests focus on learning design, employability, elearning and the use of new technologies in teaching and learning. She has been involved in piloting live events with students. Katharine is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy, chartered member of CILIP and Information Literacy Practitioner of the Year 2015.

She can be contacted via email: katharine.reedy@open.ac.uk, Twitter: @KathR, and LinkedIn

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Articles by Katharine Reedy:

Honing Your Skills in a Digital World
Thursday, 18th June 2015

Katharine Reedy introduces the role that the Open University's online bite-size "Being digital" activities can play in workplace learning.

"Being Digital" with the OU - Flexible Pathways to Learning
Tuesday, 16th June 2015

Created by Open University Library Services, "Being digital" is a collection of short, easy-to-follow activities covering the skills needed to be effective online. The bite-size nature of the material makes it very flexible in the way it can be used, and ideal for workplace learning. In this article Katharine Reedy explains more about what "Being digital" covers, the thinking behind it, and how you can make the most of it for skills development.