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Know News Panel: Engaging Across Allied Professions to Counter Misinformation
This session provides highlights from The Know News symposium, hosted last April by Simmons University School of Library and Information Science and the Gwen Ifill College of Media, Arts, and Humanities, given by Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe of the University of Illinois–Urbana Champaign, Laura Saunders of Simmons College, Anna Kassinger of Washington, D.C.’s NewseumED, and Ian Singer of Credo Reference. During the webinar they detailed next steps and ongoing efforts, including those from the Know News Symposium white paper


Blog Posts

Patron Privacy Matters

PrimerMaybe you’ve considered journey mapping of patron experiences as a way to improve your library’s services. Or you might be conducting other user research as part of your work or for a library school assignment. Either way, patron privacy should be a first concern. Two new resources will be of assistance as you consider how to protect patron data and other sensitive information that you gather. Read more at Credo's blog

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New Credo Resources

handbook coverThird Installment of Credo's IL Strategy Handbook Released

Credo has released the third installment of our IL Strategy Handbook (view it here), a free online publication that covers how to plan, implement, and improve an IL program. This section covers how to use assessment data to make positive changes to your IL practice, with existing releases addressing how to market an IL program to students and faculty and how to set your program up for success. Register here to receive the final version of the full handbook, scheduled for release at the end of the year. 

 


Marketing Your Credo Resources

Introducing Instruct to Faculty? Use our Slides!

If you're preparing for a faculty institute or other event where you have the chance to present library resources, we have created a PowerPoint that you can use to introduce Credo's Instruct multimedia. The slideshow (PowerPoint and Google Slides versions are below) lets faculty know how teaching IL can benefit them, discusses what Credo Instruct offers, and describes how to use it in an online class.

Credo Instruct Faculty Presentation: PowerPoint Version

Credo Instruct Faculty Presentation: Google Slides Version

Getting started with instruct

Getting Started with Instruct

Give this "Getting Started with Instruct" flyer to your faculty to help them understand the importance of information literacy and how Credo's resources can help them save time in the classroom and impart fundamental skills to their students.

Example Curriculum Mapping of Instruct Multimedia

How can the multimedia included in your subscription match your institution's curriculum? See our curriculum mapping suggestions for ideas of where to use Credo's videos and tutorials so that they can best match with common learning outcomes.

Instruct Multimedia Aligned with Research Assignment

Get Credo's material working for you by using the multimedia in an assignment. This handout gives you a head start by showing how Instruct's videos and tutorials can help students to complete an annotated bibliography assignment over several weeks.

Questions? Please contact us at support@credoreference.com