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Many institutions around the world subscribe to LibGuides (see for a list). One reason they are so popular is that we make it easy for our customers to re-use and share our content. They can copy, or simply link to, a guide. The guides are also consistently formatted, so users can easily understand the structure and navigation and find what they’re looking for quickly.

We often hear from customers that they also love our LibGuides for training sessions, and our LibGuide-generated usage statistics support that. Between October 2014 and February 2015 alone, we had approximately 323,000 hits on our guides!

There are more than 200 guides at our LibGuides site. But we’re always adding new ones, like these:

>> HeritageQuest® Online
>> Trench Journals
>> Gerritsen Collection of Alletta H. Jacobs
>> British Periodicals
>> The Kissinger Conversations, Supplement: A Verbatim Record of U.S. Diplomacy, 1969-1977
>> History Vault: U.S. Diplomatic Post Records, 1914-1945
>> Electronic Surveillance & the National Security Agency: From Shamrock to Snowden


10 Mar 2015

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