Information Literacy – Core
Information Literacy – Core (also known as InfoLit – Core) uses innovative technology and proven pedagogy to build essential information literacy and critical-thinking skills that will help students thrive in their academic careers and beyond. A library of 70+ customizable instructional assets to support librarians in teaching information literacy, critical thinking, and research skills.
How Information Literacy – Core helps Libraries?
- Teach students essential foundational skills that will help them throughout their academic and professional careers.
- Maintain accreditation requirements around information literacy standards.
- Simplify collaboration with faculty using in-demand instructional content that is easy
- to embed in course pages and LibGuides.
- Align faculty to high-impact practices with a faculty-focused module covering topics
- like “Designing Effective Research Assignments.”
- Devote more time to hands-on instruction by using multimedia to “flip the class.”
- Assess student progress with the Credo Insights analytics tool.
The Most Comprehensive Reference Database. Enrich your students’ research experience with access to authoritative curated reference content via a one-stop exploratory search platform. With 2.2 million full-text articles from 750+ reference titles published by renowned content providers covering all major disciplines. Multiple viewpoints & perspectives on trending topics and issues of real-time importance from trusted, unbiased sources ü 475,000+ images and 1,100+ videos ü 11,000+ curated summary articles for pre-search and exploration.
Ferguson's Career Guidance Center
The award-winning Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center is a comprehensive resource for career exploration and planning. This database includes 140 industry profiles; more than 3,000 profession profiles; a graduate, undergraduate, nursing, and vocational school finder and database; an internship and apprenticeship database; a financial aid database; step-by-step education and career-planning timelines; an extensive, 180-question career assessment; exclusive career profile video interviews; a sample résumé and cover letter database; and an industry associations and resources directory.
Facts On File
Facts On File is an award-winning publisher of print, eBooks, and online reference materials for Colleges and Universities.
Delve deep into your topic or examine different perspectives
through event and topic entries, primary sources, images, videos, general and topic-specific timelines, biographies, original
maps and charts, and more
Bloom’s Literature offers a comprehensive resource for the study of literature. Edited and curated by Yale University professor Harold Bloom, one of the world’s leading literary scholars, this database includes thousands of critical essays, author biographies and character analyses, the full content of hundreds of books from our extensive reference collection and more than 1,000 classic works of literature, thousands of questions for discussion and writing, thousands of full-length poems, essays providing guidance on writing papers, full-length videos of classic stage performances and film adaptations of literary works, and a Shakespeare Center housing in one convenient location the database’s treasure trove of content on all things Shakespeare.