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Credo Instruct Information Literacy Tutorials Trial

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Credo Instruct Trial link (Until October 31)

From the left-hand menu, select topics of interest.  Most topics include both video and html tutorials with somewhat overlapping content.  There are quizzes in each tutorial, as well as tests at the end of each section.

Please explore and give feedback on the trial to help us decide whether to purchase the database for your information literacy instruction.

What is Credo Instruct?

Credo is a company that provides resources for libraries and faculty.  Instruct is a database of online tutorials (Digital Learning Objects, or DLOs) that faculty can use to integrate information literacy into their course and learning management system (LMS). 

If you need resources for teaching information literacy topics, this database has 50 videos and 30 html-based tutorials that span information literacy and research writing topics including:

  • how to get started writing a research paper
  • how to search library databases
  • how to cite sources properly to avoid plagiarism
  • how to evaluate authority of library and Web sources
  • much more


  • mapped to the 2016 Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Framework for Information Literacy
  • can embed stable URLs in LMS (not available in trial)
  • quiz results routed to you (not available in trial)
  • quizzes customizable (not available in trial)
  • video, graphics, text and audio appeal to multiple learning styles
  • ADA compliant

Feedback Survey (5 minutes)

Was it useful?  Not?

Fill out this brief form to give us feedback to help us determine whether we should allocate resources for a yearly subscription.

Also, you can indicate interest in a focus group to engage in more in-depth conversation about information literacy and online tutorials!

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