Credo’s librarians have developed flyers, LibGuides, PowerPoint presentations, and more that can help you get the word out about the Credo IL materials you’ve subscribed to. For more marketing help, please see the Marketing Your IL Program section of our IL Strategy Handbook.
Getting Started with View
Give this flyer to your faculty to help them understand the importance of information literacy and how the short, accessible videos included in Credo View can help them save time in the classroom and impart fundamental skills to their students.
Faculty Guide to Credo View: A LibGuide
Created for faculty use, this LibGuide discusses why information literacy is important and how View can help improve student performance without taking away valuable class time. It includes a list of videos that can be used by faculty who wish to quickly start a new IL effort but lack the time to figure out an IL curriculum. Please feel free to copy our LibGuide and customize it—the spots where you should add links to your institution’s subscription are highlighted in red.
Credo View Faculty Presentation: A PowerPoint
If you're preparing for a faculty institute or other event where you have the chance to present library resources, we have created PowerPoint presentations that you can use to introduce Credo's multimedia. The slideshow lets faculty know how teaching IL can benefit them, discusses what your View offers, and describes how to use it in an online class.
Example Curriculum Mapping of View Multimedia
How can the multimedia included in your subscription match your institution's curriculum? See our curriculum mapping suggestions for ideas of where to use Credo's videos so that they can best match with common learning outcomes.
View Multimedia Aligned with Research Assignment
Get Credo's material working for you by using the multimedia in an assignment. This handout gives you a head start by showing how View can help students to understand the beginning stages of research, including how to move from Google and Wikipedia to library databases.
See how the videos in your View subscription match up with the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education and other standards.