Judd, Cindy; Montgomery, Nicole Masica
August 2009
Kentucky Libraries;Summer2009, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p14
Academic Journal
The article reports on the use of LibGuides for librarians at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky. The Web 2.0 can be customized for each subject or course using the various combinations of color schemes, tab shapes, fonts and header box options. It states that Web 2.0 features including photos, chat widgets, embedded videos and RSS feeds combine with traditional subject guide content.


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