We’re proud to present a new tutorial from Antonio DeRosa on advanced techniques for creating engaging and dynamic LibGuide content for your library’s users. In addition to working as reference librarian at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Antonio is one of our instructors here at METRO. We are pleased to have collaborated with him on this project.
Provided exclusively to participants of Anatomy of a LibGuide: An Inside Look at METRO in April 2014, “LibGuides: Current Practices” has been updated with new resources and examples. Antonio’s newly-updated guide provides an overview of the most popular features in LibGuides, as well as step-by-step instructions on techniques like creating rotating marquees, adding widgets for your library’s databases, and creating tabbed boxes. Pre-written code for creating tables and adding .pdf icons is included in this paper as well.
“LibGuides: Current Practices” is available at metro.org/papers/ and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.