Literati by Credo for Columbia University’s Undergraduate Writing Program

Columbia University's Undergraduate Writing Program (UWP) is a first-year seminar-style course that challenges new students to read, write, and think as critically as established academics. Graduate students teach the course, and librarians supplement that presentation with an introduction to research skills and methods.

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Information Today: Literati: Catering to Libraries

For librarians who are pressed for time and resources, Credo Reference has come to the rescue with Literati by Credo and Literati Public.

Considering that Literati by Credo was released in January of this year and Literati Public in September, more than 500 academic and public libraries worldwide have signed up for licenses so far.

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Credo Named SIIA Content CODiE Award Finalist for Best General Reference Service

Literati Public Earns Prestigious Software and Information Industry Recognition

December 20, 2012, Boston, Oxford – Credo, the leader in information and digital literacy solutions for libraries, today announced that Literati Public was named a finalist for the 2013 SIIA Content CODiE Awards for Best General Reference Service.

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Columbia students give Literati “thumbs up”

Credo Reference's ongoing effort to improve information literacy (and "research effectiveness") just got a new boost. After conducting a case study with Columbia University's undergrads, the company is reporting back some encouraging feedback about the value of its Literati platform. The results of the study have been made public and their message is clear: using Literati in the classroom made a notable difference in the students' research experience. According to Credo, 87 percent of the students who participated said that Literati improved the quality of their work and 90 percent said they would likely use it again for future assignments.

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72% of Students at the American University of Paris Found Credo’s Literati Services “Very Helpful”

Surveys and interviews show impact of multimedia materials in new collaborative case study

November 28, 2012, Boston, Oxford – Credo Reference today announced the availability of a case study conducted with the American University of Paris, which is using its Literati solution to promote information literacy and research effectiveness.  The study is freely available to anyone who registers here.

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