Four Keys to Using Credo Source in Instruction: A Guide: PDF
This brief guide provides ideas for Credo Source in the classroom. Written by Tamar Rubin, our Senior Manager of Information Literacy Products and Strategy and a former elementary school educator, this helpful resource offers easy ways to support research skill building using content readily available in Credo Source while also illustrating how supplemental resources can impact student learning. Learn how you can use Credo Source to help students apply research skills and:
- Engage students with the power of choice
- Empower students to explore their interests
- Elevate struggling students with additional support
- Extend high-achieving students to new heights
About Tamar Rubin:
Tamar Rubin is Senior Manager of Information Literacy Products and Strategy at Infobase, creating information literacy content for libraries. A former middle school teacher and trained librarian with a passion for information literacy, she loves creating instructional material that empowers students to be effective learners and users of information. She has an MS in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois and a BA in history from Yale University.