Using CREDO REFERENCE in Instruction
Librarians already encourage their students to use Credo Reference: Academic Core for beginning research, but there are more ways to get it into students’ hands. In this webinar, librarian Henrietta Verma, a Customer Success Manager at Infobase, shows how Credo Reference can be used to create e-bookshelves on various topics and for information literacy instruction. Several ACRL frames can be satisfied by using Credo Reference, and Verma discusses correlations with the ACRL Framework while demonstrating quick, practical ways to help students pick a research topic, find reliable basics on it, and also use Credo Reference to explore your institution’s other library-licensed resources.
Learn more about Credo Reference: Academic Core.
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