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What is Credo Information Literacy Core?

Information Literacy Core is a library of Digital Learning Objects (DLOs) or learning modules by Credo a company that provides resources for libraries and faculty.  Faculty can use these modules to integrate information literacy into their curriculum and learning management system (LMS). 

If you need resources for teaching information literacy topics, these modules inlcude 50 videos, 30 html-based tutorials, and many quizzes 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

Features:

  • mapped to the 2016 Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Framework for Information Literacy
  • can embed stable URLs in LMS
  • quiz results routed to you
  • video, graphics, text and audio appeal to multiple learning styles
  • ADA and FERPA compliant

How to Integrate Information Literacy Core into your Curriculum

Below in the first tab you can view all modules to make your choices.  To offer modules to your students, you have several options:

  • Add direct links with proxy server codes into your LMS, which open in a new window.  These are accessible by our students on or off campus.  For quizzes, students will be prompted for one or more emails where results can be sent. 
  • Add Embedded Code to your LMS.  These are like direct links except they open within the frame of your LMS and not in a new window.
  • Embed LTI links into your LMS.  These will sync to your gradebook in your LMS, so that quiz results will seamlessly appear in your gradebook.

Consult with your favorite librarian to learn more about integrating librarian-led research sessions into your course or any other ways to integrate information literacy.  Also see information on this page to help you integrate information literacy instruction into your curriculum.

Contact Tim Held (theld@csustan.edu) with questions.

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