InfoLit Modules Wins Against the Competition
The Council of Chief Librarians Electronic Access & Resources Committee (CCL-EAR), a group from the Community College League of California, reviewed Credo’s InfoLit Modules in comparison to Research Companion by Proquest. The InfoLit Modules scored better in every evaluated category:
|Proquest Research Companion||Credo InfoLit Modules|
|Content - 40%||2||4|
|Interface - 25%||2||3|
|Cost - 15%||3||4|
|Accessibility - 15%||4||5|
|Support - 5%||2||4|
The council recommended that, “Credo’s Information Literacy Modules could be used to replace one-shots for any subject area, to construct a series of scaffolded workshops for students at various levels, to achieve institutional student learning outcomes in information literacy, or as curricular materials for credit-bearing information literacy classes where it is imperative that [student learning outcomes] be measured.”
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