Student and Faculty Perspectives on Research:
Over 1,100 Students and hundreds of faculty members answered our questions about research and information literacy. Where do faculty and students agree when it comes to research strategies, and where do their perspectives diverge? Come by to discuss the results and grab an infographic of the findings!
First Year Experience:
Credo, working with Library Journal, conducted a survey of 500+ librarians from both 2-year and 4-year colleges across the country to measure the need for, and the extent of, information literacy instruction, and its impact on the first year experience. Librarians estimated that less than 1 in 3 first-year students were prepared to conduct college level research. Come see the full results to learn what’s working in First Year Experience programs today!
Throughout the conference, we’ll be hosting short speaking sessions at the Credo booth theater. Drop in to booth #925 for some interesting talks on topics trending today in our industry.
|Thursday, March 23||Friday, March 24|
|9:30 - 10:00 AM||Research Skills for First Year Students||Navigating Misinformation with IL|
|11:00 - 11:30 AM|| A Conversation on Emerging Trends in FYE*
|Reference Content in the Era of Fake News|
|1: 00 - 1:30 PM||Reference Content in the Era of Fake News||Applying Assessment Practices to the FYE*
|2:30 - 3:00 PM||Navigating Misinformation with IL||Research Skills for First Year Students|
*Reserve your seat for these sessions by registering or drop by for standing room only
Libraries are integral to a student’ first year experience, however their involvement in FYE programs is often limited to “one-shots” or opt-in instructional sessions that vary by department or professor. Credo helps librarians maximize their impact by providing tools designed to
Come by our booth to find out how you can impact the First Year Experience or click here to learn more.
Stop by our booth to complete a brief 3-question survey about first-year students and information literacy. On the last day of the conference, we’ll draw a winner whose library will receive a free year of InfoLit Modules.
Credo Online Reference Service - Enhance the research experience through authoritative reference content and a one-stop exploratory search platform that drives usage of all trusted library resources.
InfoLit Modules - Support instruction with high-quality, ACRL-aligned videos, customizable tutorials, and quizzes. The Modules are ideal for supplementing existing lessons, for “one shot” library instructional sessions, and for addressing gaps in classroom or online teaching.
Essentials Collections - Add top-tier reference titles covering dozens of subjects, with seamlessly updated titles, additions of newly-acquired content, and weeding to ensure continued relevance.
One-time Purchase Titles - Choose from more than 4000+ reference titles for perpetual purchase, or as part of subscriptions to Essentials Collections. Also available through GOBI!