According to data from Pew Internet, only 23% of citizens feel they know all or most of the library's services and 30% feel they know not much or nothing at all about what the library's services are.1
Built on Credo’s online reference content and discovery tools, Literati Public assists your staff in meeting your community’s research and digital literacy needs.
Educate your patrons about what research tools are available to them
Point-of-need instruction: teach students research skills while they are searching
Mind Map: a teaching tool with a visual representation of how topics are related
10,000+ Topic Pages: provide authoritative background information, context and customized links to other vetted library resources
Start page’s content can be customized with educational videos and tutorials
May be integrated with Credo’s Homework Help product to give real time access to state certified teachers for students in grades 3-12
1Zickuhr, Kathryn, Lee Rainie, Kristen Purcell, and Maeve Duggan. "How Americans Value Public Libraries in Their Communities." Pew Internet. Pew Internet & American Life Project, 11 Dec. 2013. Web.