Document Type

Presentation

Publication Date

4-12-2018

Abstract

LibGuides CMS provides a flexible platform for supporting student-created work in the distance learning environment, including profiles, blogs, and html/scripting projects. This session explores how presenters opened up the LibGuides CMS platform to host collaboratively developed course content and student projects grounded in metaliteracy concepts embedded in the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy. Faculty and students are invited onto the platform as content creators and editors, while librarians provide instruction and technical support. Presenters will discuss practical, pedagogical, and technical considerations for supporting student-created content on LibGuides CMS, including access control and student privacy.

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Sponsorship/Conference/Institution

Distance Library Services Annual Conference (DLS)

Location

San Antonio, TX

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