Four Keys to Using Credo Reference in Instruction: A Guide: PDF

Four Keys to Using Credo Reference in Instruction: A Guide: PDF

This brief guide provides ideas for using Credo Reference in instruction. Written by instructional designer and doctoral candidate Waneta Hebert, this resource offers simple suggestions to support basic research instruction using the content and tools readily available in Credo Reference while also illustrating how supplemental resources can impact student learning. Learn how you can use Credo Reference to build confident researchers at your institution by:

  • Engaging students with the power of choice
  • Empowering students to explore their interests
  • Elevating struggling students with additional support
  • Extending high-achieving students to new heights

About Waneta Hebert:

Waneta HebertWaneta Hebert is an instructional designer and lecturer with a Bachelor of Science in Education from Kent State University, a Master of Education from the University of Houston, and she is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Education at Sam Houston State University. With experience on all sides of instruction—as the designer, the instructor, and the student—Waneta is an expert in course design and instructional technology in K–12 through higher education, online, face-to-face, and nearly everything in between.

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