We are pleased to announce that during the month of September, Credo Reference is offering Nebraska libraries free trial access to their Student Core Collection through Credo Source, their one-stop platform for preparing students for college-level research.
Credo Source features:
- Access to 400+ top-tier reference titles appropriate for grades 7-12 with the Student Core Collection
- Exploratory search features including 11,000+ Topic Pages and the Mind Map brainstorming tool
- Dozens of high-quality instructional videos and tutorials covering a wide range of research topics including evaluating sources, plagiarism, and more
- 100+ minutes of instructional materials, which can be used as an entire course or through selected components as needed
- Flexibility to embed instructional materials and reference entries into your LMS, LibGuides, or website
- Interactive Study Guides, allowing students to explore various topics through videos, exercises, mind maps, and assessments
- Simplified collaboration with teachers and administrators, and easy integration of information literacy into the curriculum
- Customizable home screen offering point-of-need instruction to expose valuable research resources while students search
Trial Access Instructions: Trial access information was distributed via an August 28, 2018 message to the Trial mailing list. Nebraska librarians who didn’t receive this information or would like it sent to them again may contact Susan Knisely.
Trial Dates: Through September 30, 2018
To request a price quote contact Susan Knisely at the Nebraska Library Commission. Please include your student enrollment.
Note: Credo typically offers Nebraska libraries a 10% discount off list price via the Nebraska Library Commission unless a special offer exceeds this amount.
Want to receive email notification of future database trials and discounted pricing? Make sure you are signed up for the Nebraska Library Commission’s TRIAL mailing list. You can learn more about mailing lists maintained by the Nebraska Library Commission, including how to subscribe, on our Nebraska Library Commission Mailing Lists page.