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Credo believes that everyone deserves the ability to learn and the opportunity to succeed.While education is essential for successful participation in the workforce today, it is critical for the future. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, by 2018 more than two-thirds of jobs will require post-secondary education or some level of specialized training1 though globally almost 3/4 of tertiary age youth are not enrolled in tertiary education.2 Furthermore, futurists predict that 65% of preschoolers will work in jobs that don’t yet exist, and half of what high school students learn about science and technology during their freshman year will be outdated by the time they graduate.3 This changing information landscape emphasizes the importance of being able to find, evaluate and use information.
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Companions Collection to librarians, researchers and learners,information on products, services, demo and trial, support and training
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Offers the Ashgate Research Companions Collection to librarians, researchers and learners. Includes information on products, services, demo and trial, support and training
Date added: Tuesday, February 2, 2016
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