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.
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.
New service instantly connects end-users to their librarians via text, chat and email
October 26, 2012 – Boston, Oxford – Credo Reference, a company that believes the world would be a better place if more decisions and ideas were powered by knowledge, today announced it has added "Librarian Connect" to its Literati solution. Powered by Mosio, Inc. the new service offers texting capabilities along with chat and email.
Libraries around the world use Literati for digital and information literacy
October 16, 2012, Boston, Oxford – Credo Reference, a company that believes the world would be a better place if more decisions and ideas were powered by knowledge, today announced that over 500 academic and public libraries around the globe have licensed its Literati solution. Literati helps end-users not only easily discover and use their library’s authoritative content, but also understand the value of the library’s resources over non-authoritative sources that are abundant on the open web. Literati is a library’s connection to effective research and digital and information literacy.
While Literati by Credo for academic libraries launched less than a year ago, and Literati Public has been available for less than a month, customers including Columbia University are already seeing value. In a recently published case study at Columbia University 87% of students said Literati improved the quality of their work. The case study is available by registering at http://tinyurl.com/columbialiterati.