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Useful links as you begin
Hi Everyone! Thanks for attending the Basic Libguides workshop. I spoke for a few minutes on best practices in terms of Libguides design and construction. Below you can find a few relevant links for finding out more about designing libguides. The presentation slides I used during the workshop are also embedded below; links are included whenever possible.
Basic information on web design:
Links on building excellent Libguides:
A Sampling of Well-Designed Libguides:
Physics Guide (Washington University)
Subject guide, v2 (two column, side navigation)
Eng 112 Guide (Reynolds Community College
Course guide, v2, (three column, side navigation)
First Year English (UT Arlington)
Course guide, v2 (three column, tabbed navigation)
Nursing Guide (University of Alberta)
Subject guide, v1 (Three column, tabbed navigation)
Subject guide, v1 (Two column, tabbed navigation)
Copyright Guide (Butler University)
Subject guide, v2 (Three columns, tabbed navigation)
Best Practices Presentation
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