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LibGuides Webinars: Courseware Integration & Amazing A-Z Updates

Blog Post Updated: Monday, July 18th
New Tour Date Added

(30min) Two-Part Tour:

computer screenshot1. Courseware Integration with LibApps LTI

(Included with LibGuides CMS)

Embed your library content and services into courseware and watch the usage increase exponentially. What’s the LibApps LTI? Watch this 5min Refresher Video!

  • Seamlessly integrate tailored subject-specific resources inside courseware, scalable across hundreds (or thousands) of courses.
  • Create a ‘Library Page’ displaying point-of-need help, subject specialists, room bookings, and more!
  • Gather full usage statistics.

2. Upcoming A-Z Updates with Community Features

We made it easier to manage A-Z assets, added new features (internal notes, database reviews, hide databases, create popular lists, etc.), and fixed accessibility issues!

We also created something that is going to A-Z Databases Community!
(Included with LibGuides CMS)

  • Run peer comparisons on database holdings to identify gaps in subject coverage.
  • See which databases are popular, best bets, etc., across the community.
  • Share and reuse database descriptions, browse reviews, and more!

Sign-Up: July Tour Dates

All times listed in Eastern Time

9 thoughts on “LibGuides Webinars: Courseware Integration & Amazing A-Z Updates”

  1. When will the enhancements to A-Z list be available? (We cannot attend the advertised webinars as they are in the middle of the night for us.) Thanks

    1. Hi Kirstie, we are targeting early August for the release of the new A-Z features. Also, we are going to record one of these Webinar Tours in this series and make it available for our worldwide client community. We’ll send an email to admins about it. Thanks for your excitement about the new features, I am confident you will find them very useful.

    1. Thanks Nichole, we’re super-excited about the new A-Z stuff as well. The community aspect will really benefit everyone in the community and like you said it will help manage local resources more efficiently. Let us know if any other suggestions and ideas pop up, we’re all ears. Thanks!

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