Put links to relevant department pages on your guide.
Suggest that professors include links on Blackboard.
Assign tags to guides (no more than two lines of tags).
Author creates guide (leaving unpublished).
Author sends guide link to LibGuides administrator (David Gibbs) for review.
Administrator edits and discusses any major changes with author.
Author revises guide as needed.
Upon final approval from administrator, author publishes guide.
Course guides do not need to go through this process.
A-Z Databases List
The purpose of the A-Z list is to assist users in finding known items, usually online databases. It is not meant to be a browsing or discovery tool, or a comprehensive list of resources with complete descriptions. GEORGE is the definitive catalog of resources and a more robust tool for discovery and access. While many types of resources may be added to individual guides, not all of them should be included on the A-Z list. Here are some guidelines to follow:
Avoid adding monographs, either electronic or print, especially ebooks with one-user limits.
Limit the inclusion of free websites, except government sites. Resources such as websites that have reference or research value should be considered for inclusion in GEORGE and on relevant subject guides.
Avoid adding individual periodical titles. Exceptions may be made for those with broad appeal and reference value, e.g., the New York Times.
Include a cross-reference for variant titles. Because LibGuides doesn't have a provision for cross-references, you will need to add a separate entry for the variant title. In the description use the wording "See [official title]." Directly link the official title to the resource. To avoid duplication and confusion, do not include an annotation in the cross-reference entry.