Welcome LibGuide Authors!
This internal guide provides MDC LibGuide authors with guidelines and tools for using our LibGuide system.
The collective term for LibGuides, LibWizard, and Springshare's other products.
A person with the ability to create or delete LibGuide accounts, change system settings, and edit or delete any content within an institution's LibGuide system.
A person who has been given the ability to edit (but not to delete) a specific LibGuide. At MDC, editing rights are granted at the discretion of the LibGuide owner.
The person responsible for maintaining a specific LibGuide. Typically, the owner is the person who created the guide, but ownership of a guide can be transferred to someone else. LibGuide owners have the ability to delete the guides they own. There is no such thing as a "co-owner." A LibGuide has only one owner, but may have one or more (or zero) editors.
The LibApp for creating forms, surveys, quizzes, and tutorials. If you have a LibGuide account, you may or may not also have a LibWizard account. Learning Resources employees may contact Erick Dominicis or Jenny Saxton for access to LibWizard.
The company that provides the LibApps platform.
Be sure to subscribe to the LibGuide Tips Blog for LibGuide and LibWizard tips and announcements!
Also, check out our webinar series, Level Up Your LibGuides, for tips and best practices shared by your MDC colleagues.
See usage statistics and page views with this Google Analytics dashboard created by Angel Hernandez.
Do your LibGuides still have links that are pointing to Mango? Use this handy conversion tool.
If you need to replace embedded Mango search boxes, visit the Box Boutique for a selection of Primo search boxes you can copy into your guides.