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LibGuides: The Next Generation!

“It’s been 6 years since LibGuides was first released and oh, my, what a ride it’s been! Almost 4,000 live sites, 55,000+ librarians using it, hundreds of millions of page views every month, and hundreds of new features introduced since 2007. We’re in this for the long haul, and behind the scenes we’ve been working on the next generation of LibGuides – the system that will keep things exciting for the next 6 years and then some. We’re changing the innards of the platform to make it easier to customize, easier to manage, easier to use, and easier to create beautiful content. We have so much new stuff to share with you, it’s hard to know where to begin!” (via Springshare Support Blog) – (Thanks Iris!)

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LibGuides

Ellyssa Kroski: “LibGuides is a white-label subscription service which enables libraries to create a branded community of librarian-created subject guides or portals for their users.”

I’ll tell ya, I’m this close to signing up for FaceBook. So many cool things going on, but time is a factor. I have none of that. :-(

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