Power Your Library Website with LibGuides CMS

 

Advanced Customizations

Wentworth Institute of Technology

"Because of the ability to include our own styles and scripts, and create custom layout templates, we are able to make our site look and act the way we want, but at the same time we get to take advantage of lots of helpful built-in features that make maintaining and updating the site quick and easy." - Adam Shire

WIT Library Website

Wentworth Institute of Technology

University of Suffolk

"We make extensive use of the ability to use custom CSS, we have made LibGuides look very much like a different website, mainly to compliment our University’s website.  This ability using Groups allows us to have a different look to each of our websites sections." - Aaron Burrell

University of Suffolk Library Website

University of Suffolk

Georgetown College

"We really like the flexibility of the platform and the ability to create different groups and customize the look and feel of each as we see fit and we found it to be better for us than WordPress, which is what our old website used. " - Ben Rawlins

Georgetown College Library Website

Georgetown College

University of Worcester

"LibGuides CMS has all the features we require of a CMS, with the added benefit of managing our Database A-Z. New developments pop up frequently, with major features such as blogging capability and unified search added this year." - Ruth Graham

Univ. of Worcester Library Website

University of Worcester

CSU - Global Campus

"The many levels of customization in LibGuides CMS allowed an experienced web designer to create customized templates that made it easy for content contributors without that level of expertise to add information." - Courtney Bruch

CSU - Global Campus Library Website

CSU Global

Daytona State College

"There are many features in LibGuides CMS that assisted me with redesigning an entire site, but most importantly were the helpful support staff at SpringShare, detailed documentation, and webinar recordings." - Cheryl Kohen

Daytona State CollegeLibrary Website

Daytona State College

Columbia College

"With LibGuides CMS, we have the ability to create and manage an adaptive and responsive website (and course/subject guides) for our campus community." - Peter Neely

Columbia College Library Website

Columbia College

DEREE - American College of Greece

"Our library site is no longer a LibGuides system that's used as a website; it's a website that happens to be hosted on LibGuides." - Alex Armstrong

DEREE Library Website

DEREE

Berea College

"We knew we needed a product that would allow us to create a sophisticated and professional website that reflects our personality and community, but which was easy enough to put together that we wouldn’t need to rely on outsiders to build and maintain it. For us, LibGuides CMS was the answer." - Amanda Peach

Berea College Library Website

Berea College

Our Lady of the Lake University

"One of the best features in LibGuides is the templates, which allowed us to completely customize the HTML layout of our website.  Features like the built-in navbar and integration with Font Awesome made it especially easy to build a customized site that looked sleek and modern." - Brighid Gonzales

Our Lady of the Lake Uni. Library Website

Our Lady of the Lake

University of Redlands

"Built upon the Bootstrap responsive web framework we were able to fix our navigation menu to the top of the screen (so that it follows users as they scroll down the page) and collapse the menu when user devices were too narrow to adequately display the full range of navigation options." - Paige Mann

University of Redlands Library Website

University of Redlands

World Maritime University

"With code widgets for headers, footers, and the ability to load in our own JS and CSS, theming was pretty quick. Our front page with the Holy Grail of the single search was standard HTML and a little Bootstrap. The rest is adding and linking content." - Chris Hoebeke

World Maritime University Library Website

World Maritime University