Please join us for our latest 3-part webinar series, Credo In Action! Librarians from universities across the country will join us to share how they are addressing the modern challenges of teaching and engaging students in the 21st century, and how they put Credo into action to maximize their results.


Don't Take the Clickbait: Practical Ways to Recognize and Fight Fake News
Wednesday, August 16th from 2:00 - 3:00pm ET

Presented By:

darcy_headshot2016.jpgDarcy I. Gervasio
Associate Librarian and Coordinator of Reference Services
SUNY, Purchase College

Darcy has published articles and conference papers on SMS reference, “slow” assessment, and providing library outreach to the Occupy Wall Street movement. Her research interests include: critical information literacy, assessment, virtual reference, and radical reference.


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Emily Carlin
Outreach, Reference, and Instruction Librarian 

SUNY, Purchase College

Emily is a subject liaison for the natural and social sciences. Emily holds a BA in Logic from Smith College, an MA in Philosophy from Indiana University, and an MA in Information Science and Learning Technology from the University of Missouri. Her research interests include library services for people with disabilities, assistive technology, and critical information literacy.


Pre-search to research: Credo as 'Academic Google'
Wednesday, August 23rd from 2:00 - 3:00pm ET

Presented by:

Niketha Mckenzie.jpgNiketha McKenzie
First-Year Experience Librarian
Howard University

Niketha is the First-year Experience Librarian at Howard University. She is a certified school media specialist. She earned her B.S. from Morris Brown College and her Masters in Library Science from Clark Atlanta University. She provides programming and instruction for first-year students. She also coordinates the Libraries’ outreach program. She is the subject specialist for Anthropology, Education, and Sociology. 

Kimberly Prosper.jpgKimberly Prosper
Reference Librarian
Howard University 

Kimberly earned her B.S. from Howard University and her Masters in Information Technology from Catholic University. She provides reference assistance and library instruction. She is the subject specialist for Chemistry, Engineering, and Physics


Adia Coleman.jpgAdia Coleman
Patent and Trademark Librarian
Howard University 

Adia earned her B.A. from Morgan State University and her Masters of Information Management from the University of Maryland. She coordinates the Libraries' Patent and Trademark Resource Center, one of 85 such federal depository library programs sponsored by the US Patent and Trademark Office. She is the subject specialist for Communications and Patents and Trademarks.


10 Creative Activities to Support Student Engagement Using Credo
Wednesday, August 30th from 2:00 - 3:00pm ET

Presented by:


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Ray Pun
First Year Student Success Librarian

California State University, Fresno

Ray coordinates the first year information literacy program and first year library experience on campus. In his career, Raymond has worked as a research librarian at NYPL and at NYU Shanghai. An active member of ALA, SLA and IFLA, he has also published and presented extensively in the areas of public and academic librarianship and community engagement. Raymond is currently part of the ACRL Framework Advisory Board and the Executive Board in the Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association (APALA). His edited volumes include Career Transitions for Librarians: Proven Strategies for Moving to Another Type of Library and Bridging Worlds: Emerging Models and Practices of U.S. Academic Libraries Around the Globe. Most recently, he is the co-editor of The First-Year Experience Cookbook (ACRL 2017) with Meggan Houlihan.  

vang vang.jpgVang Vang
Instructional Technology Librarian
California State University, Fresno

Vang has a M.S. in Library and Information Science from Simmons College. One of her primary responsibilities, besides collaborating to provide library services and programming for faculty, is to oversee the creation and enhancement of library tutorials, information literacy modules or digital learning objects taken by an average of 3,500 students annually.  Vang is also the campus coordinator for CSU's Affordable Learning Solutions (AL$) initiative whose mission is to enable faculty to choose and provide more affordable, quality educational content. Vang’s professional work experience in academic library expands over 20 years. Vang has also taught credit courses at Fresno State and Fresno City College.