Examples of MCU LibGuides
A LibGuide can be designed for a general subject area, a particular course, or even a specific assignment. LibGuides can also be designed to provide information for special interest areas not directly related to course work.
Here are a few examples of each:
LibGuides for General Subject Areas or Special Interests
Business Research Guide
LibGuides for Specific Courses
AM 211: Asian Art & Architecture
ECO/HIS 135: Global Development
You can find a list of our entire collection of LibGuides here!
What is a LibGuide?
You're looking at a LibGuide right now! A LibGuide is a customized, online research guide created to help students/users find information resources for specific courses, assignments, or other special interests.
LibGuides can include any information that might help your students complete a research assignment, including:
- Links to e-books, articles, databases, or websites
- Documents such as an assignment sheet or syllabus
- Google, library catalog, or other related search boxes
- Embedded videos, PowerPoints, and podcasts
- RSS feeds or poll questions
Provide links to print and electronic library resources
Embed supplemental content
- Powerpoint Presentations
- Lecture Notes
- RSS Feeds
Include search boxes for research
- Google Searches
- Library Catalog