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Libguides  - LILAC 2012
Libguides  - LILAC 2012
Libguides  - LILAC 2012
Libguides  - LILAC 2012
Libguides  - LILAC 2012
Libguides  - LILAC 2012
Libguides  - LILAC 2012
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Libguides - LILAC 2012

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  • 1. The use of Libguides Louise Gordon Social Sciences Librarian Newcastle University : UK @louiselib louise.gordon@ncl.ac.uk
  • 2. What we used: before and nowSubject guides – tri fold printed leafletsEresource/databases printed sheets Subject resourcesSubject Information on website clustered together using Metalib Resources Information on website
  • 3. Why we love Libguides Tabs and content boxes with use of visuals Embedded “reusing into VLE and boxes” and other instant webpages updating Widgets e.g. User RSS comments feeds, Youtu and ratings be for streaming feedback Easy log in and access for staff
  • 4. What we’ve created (so far)Subject guides e.g. Business,Historical StudiesCourse specific guides e.g.SingaporeTopical guides e.g. Referencing,Images, Newspapers
  • 5. Statistics
  • 6. Result! – fab feedback within University“New guide looks great thank you” : Stage 3 Sociology student“Many thanks for sending around the link to the new library page for politics. It is really a terrificresource for students (and staff)” : Postgraduate Research DirectorI just thought I’d thank you and colleagues for the time you put into setting-up the Singaporelibrary guides. We found that there are various ways into some of the e-resources off-site, notall of which give full text access (journals) or sometimes have time restrictions on viewing e-books; and without the guides we would have been in a bit of a mess here – students had nodifficulties using these very quickly (so thanks very much!): Programme Director, SingaporeI was in one of your sessions on the library the other day. Am emailing for 2 reasons. Firstly, justwanted to express how much I LOVE the libguide for SELLLL... it might be the best thing since...well, point 2 on this email. Its fantastic and easy to use and I love it. Point 2 is the followingwebsite: am emailing you as it might be useful to stick onto the literature libguide. www.djo.org.uk You might already have it, but I definitely found it useful! : EnglishLiterature student
  • 7. Result! – fab feedbackfrom the Library World

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