Credo Launches Information Skills Tool for K-12 Students

Online reference resource and informational skills company Credo Reference has released a new version of its Literati software specifically for K-12 students.

Designed to help students learn information skills, Literati School follows on the heels of Literati Academic and Literati Public, which have been implemented at more than 600 institutions in less than a year from their release, according to Credo.

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Credo to Add Financial Aid Information to Literati through Partnership with Reference Service Press

January 24, 2013, Boston, OxfordApproximately two-thirds of college students need financial aid to begin or continue their studies, according to the United States Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics.[1]  To help students find ways to fund their education, Credo, the industry leader for information skills solutions, today announced it has partnered with Reference Service Press, a leading authority on college scholarships.  Under the terms of the agreement, Credo will seamlessly integrate financial aid information from Reference Service Press into its Literati solutions for schools, academic institutions, public libraries and student athlete programs.

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Credo Introduces Two New Literati Solutions

Credo, a provider of solutions for information skills, announced the availability of Literati School and Literati Student Athlete.  Following the launch of Literati Academic and Literati Public, these two new solutions enable librarians and educators to cost-effectively help learners of all types gain the information skills they need.

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Credo Helps Students Learn Critical Information Skills with Two New Literati Solutions

Literati now available to K-12 schools and student athletes in addition to academic and public libraries worldwide

January 22, 2013, Boston, Oxford – Credo, the industry’s first provider of solutions for information skills, today announced the availability of Literati School and Literati Student Athlete.  Following the launch of Literati Academic and Literati Public, which have been implemented in over 600 institutions in less than a year, these two new solutions enable librarians and educators to cost-effectively help learners of all types gain the information skills they need to succeed.

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Credo Helps Students Learn Critical Information Skills with Two New Literati Solutions

Credo, the industry's first provider of solutions for information skills, today announced the availability of Literati School and Literati Student Athlete. Following the launch of Literati Academic and Literati Public, which have been implemented in over 600 institutions in less than a year, these two new solutions enable librarians and educators to cost-effectively help learners of all types gain the information skills they need to succeed.

"Information skills are necessary to solve problems and think critically, actions essential to academic, workforce and personal success. However, in many cases fundamental competencies such as knowing how to conduct research, understanding authoritative vs. non-authoritative sources, writing and even using the Internet are unmet," said Mike Sweet, Credo's CEO. "With support from librarians, educators, publishers and technology partners, Credo has evolved from a content provider to a company that is focused on solving the information skills gap – something that information alone cannot address." 

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