LibGuides aren’t just for librarians anymore. With flexible access and permission features, LibGuides and LibGuides CMS each offer a flexible platform for hosting and supporting patron-created content. This poster highlights how, with a few simple configurations, librarians at a mid-sized university in the southeast opened up the LibGuides CMS platform to host student-developed projects and portfolios. Employing similar techniques, libraries can host a wide range of patron content, including blogs, group and event sites, and more. Learn how to extend editorial permissions to patrons while protecting your own guides and assets, as well as how to control access to patron-created content. This poster compares access and permission features available in LibGuides and LibGuides CMS. Also, privacy and policy considerations are addressed.
American Library Association Annual Conference (ALA)
New Orleans, LA
Mortimore, Jeffrey M., Ruth L. Baker.
"Let the Right Ones In: Supporting Patrons as Content Creators with LibGuides and LibGuides CMS."
Library Faculty Presentations.