Welcome to the Credo Information Literacy modules! These instructional resources are one way that Syracuse University Libraries supports student learning by providing engaging and standards-based content that can be used in both in-person and online courses. The videos and tutorials on this page have been designed to provide students and researchers a foundation in information literacy and critical thinking.
Credo Information Literacy modules are instructional materials created by Credo Reference and specifically curated by SU librarians to provide information skills to students for successful academic, professional, and personal lives. These tutorials offer students several essential skills on research, information literacy, and citations to name a few. Included with in this section various videos on important topics, which support student learning needs and student achievement.
To share the videos, you can right-click on each of the following links to copy the video links. Off-campus users will be asked to log in with their NetID and passwords.
Have questions about using the Information Lit Modules in your course? Do you have an idea for another video or tutorial that we could create to support student learning? If so, please contact Information Literacy Librarian Kelly Delevan (email@example.com) for more information.
Note to Libraries Staff and Faculty: The file below contains direct links and embed codes for all Credo Videos and Tutorials. You are free to use these links in your instruction.