GALILEO in Your    Library Website Link to main GALILEO   Use http://www.galileo.usg.edu Link to pages in GALILEO   Pe...
 Logos and buttons   Go to our FAQs (help.galileo.usg.edu) and      search for buttons Search boxes/widgets   Go to ou...
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GALILEO in Your Library Websites New and Beyond (Handout)

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A demonstration of the best ways to link to GALILEO resources and how to create search boxes and widgets on your website. Presented at GaCOMO12 (GALILEO Mini-Conference) by Courtney McGough.

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GALILEO in Your Library Websites New and Beyond (Handout)

  1. 1. GALILEO in Your Library Website Link to main GALILEO  Use http://www.galileo.usg.edu Link to pages in GALILEO  Persistent links for subject and type pages , Databases A-Z, and Journals A-Z Link to databases  Use Express Links – Find all of yours at Databases A-Z > Express Links Link to journals and magazines  Use the Capture Citation or URL on the SFX/Find It menu (go to Journals A-Z or Magazines A-Z to search for a publication)  Use the persistent link in the publication record in the database (go to a database and search for the publication) Link to articles  Use the persistent link in the article’s citation information Link to searches  Run a search in Discover GALILEO or an EBSCO database and click Alert/Save/Share to get the persistent link
  2. 2.  Logos and buttons  Go to our FAQs (help.galileo.usg.edu) and search for buttons Search boxes/widgets  Go to our FAQs (help.galileo.usg.edu) and search for widgets Where can I link to GALILEO?  Subject guides / LibGuides  Handouts  Promotional materials  Your library or media center website  Content/Learning/Course Management System  Communications to users  Chat/email reference  Announcements  Blog posts Contact Us with questions and comments  http://www.galileo.usg.edu/contact

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