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LibGuides Introduction: What Are They?  

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Libguides: You say potato and I say po-tah-to

“Is the ‘Lib’ part pronounced as in ‘liberation’, or as in ‘library’? Many people ask us this … Our official pronunciation is ‘Lib’ as in liberation.” — LibGuides FAQ's


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Web 2.0 for Library 2.0

“LibGuides is the amazingly popular, easy to use, web 2.0 library knowledge sharing system. Librarians use it to create attractive multimedia content, share knowledge and information, and promote library resources to the community. Academic, Public, Special, and K-12 School Libraries find LibGuides an ideal solution for subject guides, information portals, course guides, community guides, research help, faculty/teacher support, etc.”

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