When we convert a print book to host it on our platform, we create a new online work. The entries no longer correspond to the page numbers of the print version, so page numbers are not included. Some works, such as image or video collections, have no original print source. Credo material should be cited as an online resource rather than a book, and the citation formats available on the platform give suggestions on how to do so. If you have questions or concerns, please let us know at email@example.com.
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- Are Credo books downloadable?
- How are Credo's Core Collection titles chosen?
- How can I find out about new titles?
- How many simultaneous users does Credo Online Reference Service support?
- How many titles do I have access to?
- I'm an Omnigraphics subscriber, where can I find my content?
- I've purchased or subscribed to Add-on Content. How can I find this content in the platform?
- I've purchased or subscribed to Add-on Content. How can I run usage reports for these titles?
- May I reuse Credo content and images on my library's website?
- May students reuse Credo content and images?