Join Kathy Fagan as she reviews the Credo Reference platform, and what they offer beyond that and its Academic Core database.
Tuesday, November 15, 2016, 11 am – 12 pm
Alvin Sherman Library, Lab A (Second Floor)
- Credo Online Reference Service – guides students in the research process by giving them manageable foundational knowledge and scaffolding the flow of research information to them
- Info Lit Modules – The modules are ADA-compliant, ACRL-aligned assets designed to engage your students and teach them the information literacy skills they need to thrive in the college environment and beyond. A suite of regularly updated videos, tutorials and quizzes allow you to multiply yourselves and scale up to meet students in a variety of settings – in one-shots, as embedded librarians and at point-of-need on your website, in your Libguides or in the LMS.
- Optional additions – including Issue Briefs, where students will benefit from access to cutting-edge content in the news to help give them context, motivate them and jumpstart the research process , customized topic pages, additional deeper subject-specific reference titles, and more.
REGISTER HERE for In-person, Online, or Recording access.