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This guide provides tips and resources to FSCJ librarians create LibGuides.

Welcome

This LibGuide was created specifically for FSCJ librarians. It lists standards, best practices, and recommendations to follow when creating and updating LibGuides.

We hope this LibGuide can help provide some consistency to the entire FSCJ LibGuides system. We also hope its linked reusable content can help make it easier and faster to create LibGuide content and instructional activities.

 

 

Best Practices Examples

Looking for an example of these best practices?  Below you'll find an example LibGuides at FSCJ by guide type.

 

Creating LibGuides at FSCJ

Librarian Information 

Interested in adding a guide to the collection?  Follow the steps below:

  • Contact the Director of Online Library Services with your idea for a new guide.  The director will help to guide you and ensure that a guide either does not exist or is not already in development
  • Develop your guide by following the guidelines outlined in this guide for best practices
  • Once the guide is complete, contact the director to review before publishing 

Faculty and Staff Information

Interested in creating a LibGuide for your course or program?  

  • Contact the liaison librarian for your subject area
  • Librarians will collaborate with you to develop a guide that meets your specifications

Librarian Liaisons

  • School of Business, Professional Studies, and Public Safety
    • Sharon Uskokovich (Kent Campus)
  • School of Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences
    • Mary Dumbleton (North Campus)
  • School of Liberal Arts, Communication, and Education
    • Sheri Brown (Downtown Campus) 
    • Susan Mythen (South Campus)
  • School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
    • Barbara Markham (Deerwood Center)
    • Melonee Slocum (Nassau Center)

General Support

LibGuides Help

When you are logged into the LibGuides system, click on the Help option in the orange title bar.

License and Attributions

Creative Commons Attribution License This guide has been adapted from Butler University LibrariesButler LibGuides: Standards & Best Practices under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY)