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Building a Better Browser Experience with Add-ons and Extensions

December 17, 2014 | Brian Sherman (LSUS)

This presentation is an introduction to web browser extensions for Chrome, IE, and Firefox. Topics discussed in this session include: what are browser extensions, where to get them, what to look for, and what are some popular extensions to make the working information professional’s life easier. High interest for everyone who has ever or will ever use a web browser!


September 16, 2014 | Shanna Clevenger (Delgado)

This session was an overview of basic and advanced features of the LibGuides software. We reviewed the Delgado Libraries website, creating guides, and migration tips and tricks. High interest for LibGuide administrators and guide creators, but everyone is welcome to attend.

The Right Search Box for Your Library Website

January 12, 2015 | Eric Frierson (EBSCO)

Senior Discovery Services Engineer Eric Frierson shares a straightforward way to generate search box code for your library website. In this session, Eric covers options such as limiting to full-text or in-collection results only, limiting by discipline, limiting to specific library locations, and more. Finally, see what EBSCO’s working on for the future: a bento-box style results list and an innovative new idea called Two Questions to Search. Hope to see you there! High interest for EDS and library website administrators and instructional librarians.