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James White Library Resources

You are invited to improve your skills as a student and researcher using the tools provided to all Andrews University students and faculty

Information Literacy

Information Literacy

Broaden your library’s instructional reach with standards-aligned multimedia content. Information Literacy 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.


  • Teach students essential foundational skills that are shown to impact retention, GPA levels, graduation rates, and overall student success.
  • Engage users with high-quality videos and tutorials on topics of profound importance to their current studies and lifelong goals. 


  • Multimedia content: 100+ customizable e-learning objects support librarians’ teaching of information literacy and critical-thinking skills.
  • Flexibility: It lets users mix and match tutorials, videos, and quizzes to address the demands of different courses and specific students.
  • Information Literacy Standards: The materials align with multiple standards, including the ACRL standards, SCONUL 7 pillars, ANZIIL standards, and the AAC&U Information Literacy VALUE Rubric.
  • FERPA compliance: To ensure students’ privacy, the Credo Courseware platform is fully FERPA-compliant. 

ADA compliance: It is fully ADA-compliant, enabling accessibility for all learners.

Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking

36 high-quality instructional videos and quizzes cover topics including:

  • Communication/Visual Literacy
  • Logic & Reasoning
  • Critical Thinking
  • Culture & Citizenship

These additional videos and quizzes provide the same level of flexibility, assessment, and reporting.


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