Credo’s Essentials Collections Offer Broad Subject Coverage and Thoughtfully Curated Content

January 4, 2016, Boston, Oxford – Credo, the industry leader for information literacy, critical thinking and research solutions, continues to roll out new and innovative content through its Essentials Collections, offering libraries diverse options to tailor their reference collections to the specific needs of their students, faculty, and library budgets.

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Credo Collections Add New and Updated Content

September 30, 2015, Boston, Oxford – Credo, the industry leader for information skills solutions, has recently added dozens of new and updated Publisher and Subject Collections as part of its ongoing commitment to curate the best in award-winning e-reference content.

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What's Your Reference Strategy?

New webinar series promotes the value of reference in helping students build essential information skills 

September 10, 2015, Boston, Oxford – Credo, the industry leader for information skills solutions, is presenting a new series of free webinars featuring topics and speakers to help libraries explore new ideas to innovate their reference services.

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Ian Singer To Join Credo as Chief Content Officer

August 24, 2015, Boston, Oxford -- Credo, the industry leader for information skills solutions, today announced that Ian Singer will join the company as its Chief Content Officer. Mr. Singer, who most recently served as Vice President, Group Publisher for Media Source Inc., will oversee Credo's publisher relations activities and content acquisition strategy.

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Do colleges and universities really teach higher-order thinking?

If higher education is supposed to teach higher-order thinking, then why is the business industry frustrated?

In today's fast-paced economy, employers need new hires who can fail fast, solve problems quickly, and learn continuously. At the core of these abilities are critical thinking and information literacy skills.

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