Visit Infobase at SUNYLA 2024

State University of New York Librarians Association (SUNYLA) 

Visit Infobase—the home of Credo Reference, Films On Demand, and many other library resources—to find solutions that support information literacy, critical-thinking skills, research, classroom instruction, library programming, and much more.

Stop by Infobase’s booth at Buffalo State University, NY, for a chance to win a $50 Amazon.com Gift Card!* Plus, Matthew Follett will give you a tour of our resources that promote essential information literacy, critical thinking, and research skills for lifelong learning.  

Contact us today to schedule a meeting and learn how Infobase can help you and your library thrive. Or go here to take a FREE TRIAL.

These are just some of our essential resources for SUNY libraries and campuses:

Information Literacy Resources

  • Information Literacy – Core: Extend the reach of your library instruction with standards-aligned multimedia on information literacy skill building, built on the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. Fully customizable, with extensive assessment capabilities, it is easy to integrate and use in formal courses, one-shot sessions, or point-of-need instruction. 
  • Information Literacy – Health Science: Extend the reach of your library instruction with standards-aligned multimedia focused on information literacy skill building through the lens of health science. Fully customizable, with extensive assessment capabilities, it is simple to integrate and use in formal courses, one-shot sessions, or point-of-need instruction. 

Research Databases 

  • Credo Reference: Academic Core: Begin academic research with the premier reference resource, delivering content, images, and interactive Mind Maps on a simple instruction-friendly platform. Provide citable background information for any topic, teach basic resource evaluation, and encourage exploratory search all in one place. Smart research starts with Credo.
  • Bloom’s Literature: Offers comprehensive coverage of the core authors and works most studied in 100 and 200 literature courses today, along with multicultural classics, contemporary literature, and an extensive Shakespeare Center.
  • Issues & Controversies: Features comprehensive, unbiased, and original pro-con articles on contemporary conflicts in today’s society, helping students understand an issue, assess different perspectives, and reach their own conclusions. Also available for historical topics.

Streaming Video 

  • Films On Demand Master Academic Package: A comprehensive, instruction-focused streaming video subscription that offers every student and academic department on campus unlimited access to the most essential video titles for their field of study.
  • Films On Demand Master Career & Technical Education Package: Focuses on career exploration, computer science and IT, technical education, visual and performing arts, fashion, guidance and counseling, trade skills, and hospitality and tourism—an essential resource for any university’s career center or counseling department.

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(SUNYLA) State University of New York Librarians Association

June 13-June 14