Besides assigning Subjects to your guide to facilitate discovery, you should also select an appropriate "guide type" for it. This will aids users in browsing through guides on the LibGuides home page. See definitions of different guide types below:
Subject Guide: Use only for specific subjects such as Maths, science, history, geography etc.
Topic Guide: Use for UOI guides
Course Guide: guides specifically designed for a class (e.g. G1, for Exhibition, for Personal Project, Extended Essay etc. )
How To Guide: guides on how to use library tools and find specific kinds of materials that are relevant to all users.
Internal or Template Guide: guides that are made for training, posting internal documentation, or collecting linked assets/content items. Internal or Template guides are only viewable by users who have accounts in the system.
There are two campuses at CIS and a number of sections in each campus. In order to avoid confusion and for consistency it is best that libguides follow a naming convention to distinguish between them.
All guides should be given a name, and each page within a guide should be given a short descriptive name in the page URL.
http://cis.libguides.com - followed by the name of the guide
http://cis.libguides.com - followed by the campus name - followed by the name of the guide
TK PYP (whole campus is PYP): http://cis.libguides.com/TK/
When naming your guides, pages or content boxes, keep it short, descriptive, and consistent. Below are some tips: