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Credo Social Media Posts for October 2022

At Credo we understand the need for libraries to write interesting social media content to engage your users and raise awareness of valuable resources and services. That’s why we’ve created… read more →

Exploring the World in Words

Who are you? No, really, take a moment right now, before you continue on with reading this post, to think about this question. Who are you? I think about this… read more →

This TeenTober, Give Teens the Resources They Need

The teenage years can be a tough time, but we can make it easier for them by making sure they have access to the resources and services they need to… read more →

Using Multimedia in the Classroom to Promote Transfer of Knowledge and Application of Learning

Technology’s relationship with education has always been tense, to say the least.  With every new technology that makes its way into the classroom, there are educators who vehemently protest it…. read more →

Learning to Be an Explorer of the World

How do you view your position in the world? Are you an active participant? A passive observer? Somewhere in between? I’m not really sure where I fall. I do have… read more →

Library Instruction Development: Interview with Chelsea Misquith

As academic librarians, most of us are responsible for library instruction. As a result, we have to learn and develop a pedagogical or andragogical theory or framework. It is vital… read more →

How Libraries Can Access Funding from the Digital Equity Act

You are a digital inclusion champion.  If you work in a library, you are part of an organization that contributes to a more digitally equitable community. Your library likely provides… read more →

National Recovery Month: Risks, Signs, and Support

National Recovery Month was launched by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) in 1989 and is observed every September to bring awareness, support treatment and recovery practices,… read more →

Read Up on Banned Books with Bloom’s Literature

You’ve no doubt heard about it in the news: a massive uptick in book challenges in institutions nationwide. The American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom tracked more than 700… read more →

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage with Infobase

From September 15 to October 15 each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the achievements, histories, traditions, and cultural diversity of Hispanic/Latino/Latinx Americans, whose heritage… read more →

New Content on Europe’s Renaissance and More Added to Modern World History

Students and researchers know that Infobase’s Modern World History is one of the best places to start any research on world history from the mid-15th century to the present. Now,… read more →

Credo Social Media Posts for September 2022

At Credo we understand the need for libraries to write interesting social media content to engage your users and raise awareness of valuable resources and services. That’s why we’ve created… read more →