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Information Competency Content at GCC

Using Information Honestly/Information Ethics Overview and Outcomes

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The Information Ethics module will focus on the relationship between the creation and organization and dissemination of information and the need for critical reflection  on the ethical standards regarding the use of information 

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize that acting with academic integrity stems from an understanding that information has value
  • Appreciate scholarship an academic conversation
  • Define copyright
  • Understand the exceptions to copyright restrictions and know how to use different works ethically
  • Understand what plagiarism is
  • Understand the common types of plagiarism
  • Understand how to avoid plagiarism
  • Articulate what it means to be a digital citizen
  • Develop an active membership in their own digital communities
  • Demonstrate what it means to be a safe and responsible digital citizen
  • Develop appropriate behavior online


Linking and Embedding For Faculty

Embedding Credo in Websites using HTML/Embed Code

As of Fall 2022, all browsers using the HTML embed code option for Credo may result in an error screen for users. Credo has suggestion two workarounds instead:

OPTION 1: Use screenshot of the item which when clicked opens the link in a new tab. We offer cover sheets which can be used as still images to then link out to the desired InfoLit materials (using proxied links) rather than actually embedding. This is an effective way to maximize real estate on the Guide page, as well as minimize any disruption in the user experience that may occur due to increasing challenges with embeds. Cover sheets are available for download here:

OPTION 2: Use the direct link to content as listed in the content "All Credo Modules" file.

Adding Credo Modules to Canvas

You can use Credo content as both ungraded and graded items in Canvas. Credo content is added to Canvas using the LTI links supplied below. 

Graded Content (Pre and Post Test and Quizzes) 

Graded content should be added as an Assignment. Adding the LTI link as an assignment will create a gradebook column for this item. This option should be used with test and quiz links so that the students' scores sync directly to the Canvas gradebook. An Assignment can then be added to a Module if desired.  

Ungraded Content (Tutorials and Videos) 

Ungraded content should be added as an external tool URL within a Module. Adding the LTI link directly to a Module as an external tool URL will not create a gradebook column. This option should be used with video and tutorial links, since these content types are ungraded and will not pass a grade back to your LMS. 

Please note, ungraded content should NOT be added as an assignment - since this will create a gradebook column, but no grade will be passed back when the student completes it. If you wish to make an ungraded content item graded you will need to change the grading settings in Studio.

How to Video: Adding Content Credo Reference External App 

Embedding CampusGuides in Canvas 

You can add CampusGuide content to Canvas. Directions on how to add CampusGuide content to Canvas is below.

Add Links to Individual Library Databases

Add direct links to library databases. All of our databases are behind a firewall/VPN. Each URL must have our EZ Proxy Link:


Link to the Library Database List

You can add an external link to our full database list using this URL:

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