Survey finds 37% of students do not feel adequately prepared to start research
March 4, 2013, Boston, Oxford – A survey developed by librarians and sponsored by Credo found that many college students falsely perceive their level of information literacy. The data collected suggests that while students display an understanding of information skills, they are not successful at the next step —application of the skill. These information skills are critical to success in the classroom, but they also extend beyond campus to prepare students for success on the job and in everyday life.
Literati helps students stay in the game by honing information skills necessary to achieving academic success
February 28, 2013, Boston, Oxford – To help student athletes win in the classroom, Louisiana State University’s Cox Communications Academic Center for Student-Athletes and Charleston Southern University’s Student Athlete Success Program have licensed Literati Student Athlete from Credo, the industry leader for information skills solutions. Literati Student Athlete combines highly interactive technologies that simplify the research processes and enhance learning, top quality reference content and customized services that connect busy athletes to tutors, librarians and educational tools. With Literati, athletic officials can help students achieve academic success and be more prepared for life beyond college.
At Home, in School and in our Communities Credo Supports the Call to Reduce the High School Dropout Rate and Improve the lives of America’s Young People with Literati
February 25, 2013, Boston, Oxford – Credo, the industry leader for information skills solutions, today announced they have become a partner of America’s Promise Alliance (America’s Promise) and will work with them to help reduce the nation’s high school dropout rate and ensure that America’s children and youth have the resources they need to lead healthy, successful lives.
Literati by Credo (Academic and Public) is an online product featuring
a superb and growing reference database of more than 600 subject
encyclopedias and dictionaries, marketing and information literacy
tutorials, and assessments. All of this is folded into one seamlessly
integrated platform with the value added functionality of XML and
completely customizable features (such as are available in LibGuides)
as well as API connectors to open search a library’s other holdings.
Active customer support and services offer solutions tailored to help
libraries achieve their unique mission and programing needs.
Literati Public Earns Prestigious Content Industry Recognition
February 1, 2013, Boston, Oxford – Credo, the industry leader for information skills solutions, today announced that Literati Public was named a winner for the 2013 SIIA CODiE Awards for Best General Reference Service. Winners represent the information industry’s best products, technologies and services created by or for media, publishers and information services providers.