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How to build LibGuides in a way that makes it as easy-as-possible to keep them up-to-date and looking nice (and avoid the ire of the system administrator).
Last Updated: Jan 5, 2016 URL: http://libguides.lib.siu.edu/training Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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How is LibGuides pronounced?

Is the "Lib" pronounced as in "liberation" or as in "library"?

Many people ask us this and - believe it or not - there were even bets being placed among some librarians (though we were assured that no money changed hands ;) Our official pronunciation is "Lib" as in liberation. -from the SpringShare Website

      

    What is a LibGuide?

    • LibGuides is a web 2.0 content management and publishing system created by SpringShare.

    • LibGuides is a hosted system which is run on the SpringShare servers. The company provides support and upgrades. A library just needs to subscribe to the service.

    • Libraries use it to:
      • integrate multimedia content into library services
      • promote library resources to their users
      • create subject guides, course guides, information portals, research help pages, etc.

     

    There are now more than 12,000 users at over 750 libraries
    worldwide using LibGuides.

    They have created 40,000+ guides.

        

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