Students–Have you tried Credo?

CREDO is a user-friendly reference source geared to students to help them get background information on their topic. It consists mostly of shorter encyclopedia articles but also has some in-depth summaries.
CREDO recently revamped its platform. Learn more about the platform upgrade.

Fall 2014 Library Workshops EasyBib, NYTimes, Photoshop and More

5857165135_121aa023d4_oStudents, staff, and faculty, the Ursula C. Schwerin Library is proud to present several library workshops this Fall Semester.
EasyBib workshop conducted by Professor Keith Muchowski.
More than just a citation generator, EasyBib can help students and scholars on projects of all types.
September 30,  2014, 3:00pm – 4:00pm
Small Library Classroom, A441
Please RSVP to Professor Keith Muchowski
Using Your New York Times Academic Pass workshop conducted by Professor Junior Tidal
Academic Pass is one of the great privileges of your CUNY affiliation. Learn how to use it at this workshop.
October 6, 2014, 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Small Library Classroom, A441
Please RSVP to Professor Keith Muchowski
Introduction to Photoshop conducted by Professors Monica Berger and Bronwen Densmore
Are you interested in creating graphics for class handouts or websites? Would you like to learn how to edit your digital photographs, create collages, or combine image and text? This workshop will focus on the very basics of Adobe Photoshop. Participants will gain hands-on experience with the toolbar, layers, cropping and text.
November 10, 2014, 1:00-2:00 pm
Small Library Classroom, A441
Please RSVP to Professor Keith Muchowski at
Venues and Literature Reviews for Faculty Scholarship and Publication workshop conducted by Professor Anne Leonard
Would you like to explore new venues for publishing your work, but aren’t sure where to begin? Perhaps you’re at the beginning stages of your research or have a completed draft of an article, or are somewhere in between. In this workshop we’ll discuss finding relevant general and discipline-based literature. We’ll also briefly review tools for streamlining your research and citation process, and cover finding publication venues and outlets for a range of research projects.
October 15, 2014, 12:00-1:00
Small Library Classroom, A441
Please RSVP  to Professor Keith Muchowski at