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LibGuide Design - Best Practices   Tags: libguides, workshop  

This site was created to support a presentation given at the Metrolina Library Association's 6th Annual Information Literacy Conference in Charlotte, NC (June 2012). The tabs are to pages used as examples in the presentation.
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LibGuides: Working inside the Box

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Although this refers to power point types of presentations many of the principles can be applied to designing LibGuides.


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The Non-Designer's Design Book - Robin Williams
ISBN: 0321193857

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Don't Make Me Think - Steve Krug
ISBN: 0321344758

Liberating LibGuides

Presentation given at the Metrolina Library Association's 6th Annual Information Literacy Conference. (Charlotte, NC - June 2012)



Fry, A. and Lesher, M. (2011). Beyond Lists and Guides: Using Usability to Help Students Get the most out of e-resources. The Serials Librarian, 60, 206-212. 01.1080/0361526x.2011.556036

Mestre, L. S. (2012). Preference for tutorial design: a usability study. Reference Services Review, 40(2) 258-276 10.1108/00907321211228318

Sonsteby, A., De Jonghe, J., Desilets, M. & Filkins, M. (2012). Usability testing in the academic library: A LibGuides case study. Presentation at Library Technology Conference 2012, Macalester College.

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