Scholarship Search Feature Live in Literati School

June 25 2013, Boston, Oxford – Credo, the industry leader for information skills solutions, today announced that it has added Reference Service Press’ scholarship search feature, “FundingFinder Express,” to Literati School, the company’s recently-launched solution that helps K-12 educators teach foundational information skills. Now, Literati School will not only meet the information needs of pre-college students, but it will also help them find ways to pay for college at a time when costs have reached an all-time high. Bundled at no additional cost to Literati School subscribers, FundingFinder Express will greatly increase the value of Literati School for its users.

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Sweet: Building on Innovation

Change. It’s something that Mike Sweet, CEO of Credo, is getting used to these days. In fact, he now considers it the new normal. In the first quarter of 2013, Credo has already seen plenty of change...

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Credo Releases 12 New and Updated Perpetual Access and Subscription Collections

Librarian-Curated Collections Enhance Literati and Facilitate Reference-Based Discovery

May 15, 2013, Boston, Oxford – Credo, the industry leader for information skills solutions, today announced that it has launched 12 new and updated Subject and Publisher Collections, adding to the more than 75 collections currently available for perpetual purchase or subscription.

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Credo Titles Now Available Through GOBI3

Agreement to add academic titles to GOBI3 database for streamlined ordering

May 7, 2013, Boston, Oxford – In an effort to simplify the process of enhancing library collections with authoritative reference content from world-renowned publishers, Credo, the industry leader for information skills solutions – in partnership with YBP Library Services (YBP), the academic division of Baker & Taylor – has made its titles available for purchase through GOBI3, YBP’s acquisition and collection management database. Libraries now have the ability to select Credo as their preferred vendor for reference material as part of their eApproval Plans.

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The Changing World of Reference: Focus on Reference 2012

With so many libraries relying on digital materials as a major part of their reference collections, competition for their business is stiff. One of the fastest growing aggregators of reference content is Credo, which began as a dot-com startup about 15 years ago and narrowed its focus after the bubble burst. Some 100 reference publishers participate in the Credo platform, and all the content in its database is interlinked. Libraries can choose from a range of access, from all available materials to bundles of licenses for certain titles or negotiating agreements with publishers for specific resources to be made available through Credo.

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