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Credo Reference

What is Credo Reference and why should You use it?

Credo is a vast, online reference library, providing access to the full text of hundreds of highly regarded and popular titles. And Credo brings the facts alive with images, sound files, animations, videos and much more. Find speedy, simple answers and authoritative, in-depth articles.

Credo Reference contains dictionaries, bilingual dictionaries, thesauri, encyclopaedias, quotations and atlases, plus a wide range or subject-specific titles covering everything from accounting to zoology, via maps, math, management, martial arts, media studies, medicine, mountains, moons, music, multimedia, mythology.

Credo uses the web to add another dimension to reference books. Not only does our powerful search look through your collection of books in seconds, but our unique network of cross-references connect relevant information across the whole library.

Whatever you need to find – facts, words, concepts, people, places or sayings – you’ll find it in Credo. All cross-referenced, all reliable and all in one place.

Art – art history, architecture, design, fashion
Bilinguals – general, business
Biography – artists, politicians, writers
Business – economics, finance, management
Dictionaries – definitions, etymologies, synonyms
Encyclopedias – facts, people, places
Food & Beverage – cooking, ingredients, nutrition
Geography – geology, human, physical
History – classical, modern, renaissance
Language – idioms, rhymes, usage
Law – criminal, civil, commercial
Literature – drama, fiction, poetry
Medicine – health, conditions, therapies
Music – classical, jazz, artists
Philosophy – classical, continental, ideas
Psychology – behavioral science, theories, handbooks
Quotations – biographical, esoteric, popular
Religion – history, quotations, atlas
Science – physics, biology, chemistry
Social Sciences – sociology, politics, education
Technology – computing, telecoms, jargon

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