Welcome to this workshop entitled "Introduction to Best Practices in UX design for LibGuides". Learning goals for this workshop are:
To ensure uniformity with subject guide descriptions, please follow these rules and see the example description below.
Location: Insert directly below title. Do NOT put description in first box at top of the page.
Length: Description should no more than two sentences long - the shorter the better.
Content: The description should be about the materials in guide, not the major or program.
We want to see your picture and so do students! Remember to upload your picture (or maybe a picture of your cat if you don't want your face up there).
To upload a picture click on your email in top right on the orange bar, then "My profile" and add a picture under "profile image".
LibGuides are a learning platform. They transform the way people experience our collections and the knowledge these collections make possible. They do this by providing new pathways to discovery, access, and utilization of information. The Libraries seek out ways to integrate LibGuides into the student and faculty experience from use in classes, to curate and showcase content relevant across classes, and to use at the reference and circulation desks.
"Copying" a box means there are no links between your box and the original. You can update your box without affecting the orginal, but any updates to the original won't show up in your text.
"Linking" a box retains links between your box and the original. Updates to the original will show up in all the linked boxes. You can't customize a linked box.