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Welcome to the Credo LibGuides! Credo’s team has worked hard to build out a guide to the Real-time Reference content in the Core Collections.

If you're interested in current events, see also our Contemporary Issues LibGuide.

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Usability Information

Credo LibGuides can be linked to from your institution's webpage. For LibGuides subscribers, these guides may be freely copied and modified to create or supplement your own LibGuides. Learn how to copy a LibGuide here (LibApps sign-in required).. Or watch our brief introductory and how-to videos:

Video: Introduction to Credo's LibGuides content

Video: How to integrate Credo into your guides

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Our LibGuides work best for institutions with a Credo Academic Core subscription. School Core, Public Core, and Academic Core 100 or 250 subscribers will always have access to the links marked "Topic Page." If you have a Academic Core 100 or 250 subscription, and wish to access links that do not say "Topic Page," or books on the "Books" page, your administrator will need to select the book as "live" in your Credo subscription.

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Credo helps you start your research on controversial issues with Real-time Reference, including thorough background information and pro/con arguments on today's most debated topics.

Essentials Collections and Add-on Content

Did you know Credo offers more content? Essentials Collections are subscription collections curated to include the "best of the best" content in specific subject areas. Credo also offers thousands of carefully selected books as Add-on Content available for perpetual purchase. Essentials and Add-on purchased books can be searched and viewed alongside the content you already have from Credo.

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