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Credo in Action: Faculty Collaboration

Webinar Recap: The Librarian as Scholar

Credo in Action: First Year Experience

New & Updated Titles This Month in Credo's Core Collections!

June Social Media Content for Libraries

Webinar Recap: 10 Ways to Engage First Year Students

New Business Group Lobbies Congress to Save Library Funding

Facebook’s News Feed Bug Requires a Human Fix

Food, Guns, and Dinosaurs: New & Updated Titles in Our Core Collections

May Social Media Content for Libraries

Celebrating the FYE: Ideas for Recognizing First Year Students

Faculty Engagement Remains a Concern for Librarians at ACRL

Fake News Chaos in 3 Easy Steps

Tips & Best Practices for Embedded Librarians

More Creative Assessments for the First Year Experience

As Entire Countries Move From Print to Electronic Resources, How Will Libraries Be Affected?

Academic Librarians as Advisors and Advocates

April Social Media Content for Libraries

ACRL 2017: FYE, Innovation, and New Information

ACRL Recap by FYE Librarian Correspondent Ray Pun

Webinar Recap: The First Year Library Experience

Creative Assessments for the First Year Experience

Online Research and Fact Checking: Integrating Reference Materials Into Wikipedia for the Research Experience

March Social Media Content for Libraries

Game On: Tips & Tools to Make Instruction More Engaging

Is Information Literacy the New Buzzword?

Core Value: New Titles this Month in Credo's Core Collections

Taking on Fake News in First Year Experience and Beyond

February Social Media Content for Libraries

First Year Experience in Libraries: Facilitating High Impact Workshops

In Defense of Facts

FYI: Libraries supporting FYE programs can impact retention

3 Library Trends to Follow in 2017

Stanford Social Media Study Reveals Gaps in Students’ Information Literacy

January Social Media Content for Libraries

New and Updated Titles in our Core Collections

December Social Media Content for Libraries

Fake news isn’t the only problem with information on the internet

Evaluating Sources in a World of Fake News

Information Literacy in the Facebook News Era

Credo and Arkansas State University team up to boost college readiness

November Social Media Content for Libraries

Introducing ‘Issue Briefs’

Global Warming tops list of most-searched terms in Credo this month

The Evolving Librarian: Webinar Recap

Primary Sources & Today's Libraries: Credo Survey

Study Finds Reference the Most Popular Ebook Category Used by Students Today

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October Social Media Content for Libraries

InfoLit Modules Upgraded With New Content, New Platform

New Titles in Credo's Core Collections

What Seth Godin’s “Teaching Certainty” Tells Us About The Future of Higher Ed

Announcing Credo Education's User Summit & Building Learning Communities Forum

A Community of Learners: How librarians can boost learning in a culture of assessment

Social Media Content for Libraries

Borrow, Repurpose, and Share: Credo & LibGuides Webcast Recap

August Social Media Content for Libraries

What is Plagiarism? A guide for politicians and their spouses

July's new & updated Core Collection titles

Why second-guessing the boss is the path to success.

July Social Media Content for Libraries

The contrarian's dilemma: Why different viewpoints fuel success

Be wrong.

How to Build Effective Student Research Skills in the 21st Century: Webcast Recap

Spotlighting some of the new & updated titles in Credo's Core Collections

Credo's guide to the Great Barrier Reef

June Social Media Content for Libraries

Free lunch isn’t the only benefit of hosting a Credo workshop

International Museum Day

Core Collections: highlighting May's new & updated titles

Faculty collaboration when you can’t meet face-to-face: Webcast Recap

May Social Media Content for Libraries

Four Paths to Faculty Engagement: Webcast Recap

New and Updated Titles in Our Core Collections

Building faculty engagement from composition to capstone: Webcast recap

April Social Media Content for Libraries

Building Successful Faculty Engagement Programs - Webcast Recap

Infographic: 2016 Presidential Candidates on Education

Our Sources for Infographic: 2016 Presidential Candidates

March Social Media Content for Libraries

The Latest New & Updated Titles In Credo’s Core Collections

John Kasich on training for the jobs of tomorrow

The Most Important Thing You’ll Ever Learn

February Social Media Content for Libraries

Joe Biden Emphasizes Lifelong Learning Skills in Op-Ed

Credo In the News: Information Literacy Courseware Addresses Key Needs at University of New Mexico

#SOTU: President Obama Says that Americans “May have to Retool and Retrain”

Timely Topics: David Bowie, El Chapo, and the Biggest Lottery Drawing Ever

Introducing the Improved Mind Map

Top 5 Most Interesting Custom Collections Libraries Have Requested

We Aren’t Calling These Collections "Essential" For No Reason

January Social Media Content For Libraries

What's New This Month In Credo's Core Collections

Tips & Tricks: Show Off Videos Available Through Credo Core Collections

December Social Media Content For Libraries

New and Updated Titles in Our Core Collections

Fresh Look at New & Updated Titles In Our Core Collections

November Social Media Content for Libraries

Credo's Guide to Halloween

You're Invited! Topic Page Webinar

Upcoming #ReferenceStrategy Webinar! Using the Concept of Pre-Research in Information Literacy Instruction

Webinar Recap: Fortitude, Leadership, and Passion in Reference Publishing

“We’re Failing Our Students But We Can Change It:” A recent article looks at information literacy and higher ed

You’re invited! Join me at the Library 2.015 conference

October New & Updated Titles in Credo's Core Collections

October Social Media Content for Libraries

Upcoming Webinar! Reference Publishing: Fortitude, Leadership, and Passion

Reference Strategy Webinar Recap: The Four (or Five?) B’s

Knowledge Workers

If The Shelves Could Talk…

What Is Your Library’s #ReferenceStrategy?

New & Updated Titles in Credo's Core Collections

Timely Topics: The McKinley Legacy

September Social Media Content For Libraries

Libraries Then & Now: Promoting the Library and its Collection in Vastly Different Eras

Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose: How Daniel Pink’s "Drive" Motivates Me

New & Updated Titles In Credo's Core Collections

Libraries Then & Now: An 1876 Essay Shows Just How Much (And How Little) Has Changed

New and Updated Titles in Credo's Core Collections

Free Lunch and Other Benefits of Credo Workshops

August Social Media Content for Libraries

Academic Reference in the 21st Century

The Four Skills Most Recent Grads Don't Possess -- But Should

New & Updated Titles in Credo's Core Collections!

Overcoming Roadblocks To Faculty Collaboration: Librarian Solutions

What a Time To Be in San Francisco! How to put what I learned at ALA into practice

My ALA: Primary resources for understanding momentous events in history

Losing Time: The Real Impact on Faculty When Students Lack Information Literacy Skills

Do Colleges and Universities Really Teach Higher-order Thinking?

July Social Media Content for Libraries

“What ‘Learning How to Think’ Really Means”: A CEO’s Response

Overcoming Obstacles In Information Literacy Instruction: Librarian Solutions

Jurassic Snark: What’s the Big Deal with Dinosaurs Anyway?

Should Your Campus Use Online Courseware for Information Literacy Instruction?

The Pace of Change and the Learning Continuum

Credo’s Guide to “Text Neck”

New and Updated Titles in Credo’s Core Collections

The Cairn University Case Study in Five Quotes

The Executive, Sweet

June Social Media Content For Libraries

This Tool Will Help Your Crossword Addicted Patrons

May Social Media Content For Libraries

Credo's Guide to Nonproliferation

April Social Media Content For Libraries

Who's Who in Credo's Core Collections

Credo's Guide to the Constitution

New & Updated Titles in Credo Collections

March Social Media Content for Libraries

Oil!

Core Values: Highlighted Titles from our Core Collections

Starting Your Paper: The Sane Thing to Do

February Social Media Content For Libraries

More from the Core! Must-See New and Updated Titles in Credo’s Core Collections

Starting Your Paper: Human Nature at its Best

January Social Media Content For Libraries

Credo's Guide to Cuba

A Look At Credo's Newest Core Collection Titles

6 Historically Epic Gifts

The End of a Year, The Start of a Paper

December Social Media Content For Libraries

Highlighted Titles From Credo's Core Collections

Novel Ideas For Starting Your Paper

Unbuckling the Pilgrim Mystique: Credo's Guide to (US) Thanksgiving

What's New In Our Core Collections

November Social Media Content For Libraries

Starting Your Paper: The Key to Writing a Paper in the Clutch

New & Updated Titles in Credo Collections

#Hashtag Best Practices for Libraries

Credo's Guide to Knowing Cool Stuff About Your Halloween Costume

Starting Your Paper: The Clock is Ticking

Work'n the Core: Highlighted Titles From Credo's Core Collections

October Social Media Content For Libraries

New and Updated Titles in Credo's Core Collections

Starting Your Paper: Loched in On Scotland

Credo's Guide to Talking Like a Pirate

Starting Your Paper: No Time Like the Present to Write that History Paper

All Boom, No Bust: Highlighted Titles From Credo's Core Collections

September Social Media Content for Libraries

Kick Off The Fall Semester With A Social Media Contest

Idioms, Elixers and Investigations: Here's What's New in Our Core Collections

Starting Your Paper: Procrastination Is Not a Research Strategy

More from the Core! Must-See New and Updated Titles in Credo's Core Collections

August Social Media Content for Libraries

3 Ways Libraries Can Increase Their Social Media Audience Without Paying for Advertising

Credo's Guide to the Ape-ocalypse

July Social Media Content for Libraries

5 Mistakes Libraries Make With Social Media

Credo's Guide to the World Cup

June Social Media Content for Libraries

Credo's Guide to Immigration

Credo's Guide to Climate Change

Credo’s Guide to the Crimea

Check out Credo's new Information Literacy Course Module!

November's LOM: Sarah Slack

Columbus Day: A Time to Celebrate

7 Ridiculous Facts About Music Censorship

5 Facts About Sherlock Holmes You Probably Forgot (Or Never Knew)

The Top 5 Most Boring Pets (Are Actually Pretty Interesting)

Top 5 Writers and Poets Who Were Pretty Good with Stethoscopes

Ulysses S. Grant: Commander in Chief of the Union Army and 18th President of the United States

Alexander Graham Bell: Inventor of the Telephone

“I’m sure our paths will cross again.”