Credo reference FAQ

What is Credo reference?

Credo includes hundreds of reference dictionaries and handbooks in all subject areas. Subjects range broadly over the arts, humanities, sciences, social sciences, and foreign languages.You’ll find entries for words, concepts, phenomena, quotes, figures, formulae, and events.

How do I access Credo reference?

To search for individual articles within Credo reference's ebooks, go directly to Credo reference on the A-Z Database ListCredo reference ebooks are also accessible through the Regis University Library catalog, Lumen. Credo allows unlimited concurrent users.

May I print or download from Credo reference?

Articles within Credo reference may be downloaded and printed as PDFs or plain-text documents. Share article links with numerous social networking sites and tools through the Share link.

Does Credo reference include a citation tool?

Yes. You can create MLA, APA or Chicago/Turabian citations through the EasyBib link. Use the Email link to send citations in APA, MLA, Harvard, or Chicago styles. The Email link can also be used to export citations to RefWorks, EndNote, Zotero, EasyBib, ProCite, or Reference Manager.


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