No Discovery? No Problem. How One College Library in Quebec Is Building Smart Researchers with Credo Reference: Case Study
Teaching students how to research effectively is challenging—especially when they have not had much experience doing it—but research instruction creates a foundation that they can use throughout their lives. Champlain College Saint-Lambert in Quebec is a longtime subscriber of Credo Reference and a Cégep (general and vocational college). Nicole Haché, Librarian at Champlain’s George Wallace Library, shares her experience and ideas on basic research instruction for her college’s first-year students. She discusses the specific challenges of working with young students and why starting research with resources like Credo Reference are so effective for this user group.