New York, NY, December 9, 2020 – Infobase is honored to announce that Library Journal has named Credo Reference one of its Must-Have Databases for Academic and Public Libraries for 2020, in the General Reference category. Per Library Journal, each database included on that list features “a user-friendly design, reliable scholarship, and relevance for patrons with a wide range of research skills.”
“Credo Reference is the gold standard for general reference,” Library Journal said. “Most students will find it tremendously helpful.”
The award-winning Credo Reference (Credo Reference: Academic Core for college and university libraries, Credo Reference: Complete Core for public libraries, and Source Reference for K–12 schools and districts) is the most comprehensive reference database available, the ideal place for students to begin their research and develop information literacy skills. It enhances the research experience through authoritative multisubject reference content and a one-stop exploratory search platform that drives usage of all of your trusted library resources. Millions of full-text entries are searchable alongside thousands of images, audio files, and videos, plus features like Mind Map, research advice videos, curated Pro/Con entries, and more.
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Infobase, a Centre Lane Partners portfolio company, is the esteemed provider of the Infobase Media Cloud and the Infobase Learning Cloud, which deliver award-winning multimedia reference content, online tools and technology, and professional development and training solutions to the school, academic, and public library communities.
Enabled by such well-known brands as Facts On File, Learn360, Credo, The Mailbox®, Films Media Group, Bloom’s, Ferguson’s, and Vault, Infobase provides students, educators, librarians, and parents with the broad range of solutions they need to inspire, enable, and inform lifelong learners. For 79 years, Infobase has been a reliable, authoritative resource providing flexible options for accessing educational content whether in school, at the library, or at home. To learn more, visit www.Infobase.com.
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