So you may wonder why you should care about this "library stuff" beyond how it helps you get a good grade. Well, it turns out you (hopefully) will be using these skills and ways of thinking (commonly known as "information literacy") in other settings, too -- in a career, as a citizen, as a consumer of news, etc. Still not convinced? Check out the tutorial below. Please note: You may experience a "connection refused" error message. Refresh the browser and Credo will load correctly.
Clark Memorial Library has a YouTube channel with several videos on how to use library resources. Links to some are scattered throughout this guide, but here's the full channel: