InfoLit Modules: The future of research instruction starts now!

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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How can the InfoLit Modules help you & your library?

  • Make your library a leader in information literacy instruction at your institution
  • Enhance instruction with engaging multimedia
  • Simplify faculty collaboration with ready-to-use materials
  • Scale across multiple courses or campus wide easily with consistent baseline materials
  • Maintain accreditation requirements around information literacy standards
  • Support students in-person and online
  • Free up your staff to focus on instruction rather than creating materials

How can you use the InfoLit Modules?

  • Enhance one-shot library instruction
  • Embedded library instruction
  • Supplement your existing information literacy courses
  • Support faculty instruction and research assignments with information literacy content
  • Deliver point of need instruction with on-demand viewing of embedded materials

See how other universities implemented the InfoLit Modules and the impact it had on their campus, students and faculty. 

Cairn University

Case Western Reserve University