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|Credo Reference partnership pages|
Credo Reference is a collection of online reference works. Credo donated 400 free "Credo 250" user accounts to Wikipedians in 2010 and 2011. These provided access to over two million entries from the reference works listed here. In August 2012 Credo expanded their offerings to the community from 250 to 350 full text reference works, after a survey was conducted to select the sources editors wanted most. Credo also expanded to 500 total participants, including reassigned accounts from editors who relinquished theirs. Not everyone who wanted an account was able to get one, but accounts may be re-distributed if editors decide to stop using them. If you would like to *give up* an account, please add your name at the bottom of this page. You can still sign up for accounts, which will help Credo see that demand is growing and we'd like some more!
If you don't quite meet the experience requirements but think you would still be a strong candidate for access, feel free to apply and you may be considered
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You can help The Wikipedia Library share this partnership:
|Make sure to read this before sending emails to account coordinators inquiring about your account status.
Step 1: Application screening
Step 2: Email and Google Form
Step 3: Waiting for partners to activate accounts
Step 4: Using access
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