Raleigh, NC and Boston, MA, September 6, 2017 – Conducting research in the 21st century often means navigating fake news sites, biased media, and contradictory online information. Information literacy has emerged as a critical skill to achieve academic, professional, and personal success. Thanks to a partnership between the state’s library consortium NC LIVE and Credo Reference, Credo Online Reference Service will offer North Carolinians a trustworthy starting point to find information about their research or personal topics of interest. Credo provides background knowledge, illustrates relationships between topics, and cites the information they provide simply and consistently.
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Remote access to Pronunciator and ProCitizen may currently be unavailable through the Firefox browser. Users may experience the sign in screen not redirecting to the platform. Access from library IPs does not appear to be affected, and neither does remote access using other browsers.
Please send any resource access issues or questions to the NC LIVE Help Desk.