This PowerPoint presentation was based on the 2010 PowerPoint demo that came with the new program. I adapted the theme and added images and charts to illustrate how to begin a literature search. I’ve only included my favorite slides here, but for the entire PowerPoint, email April Aultman Becker.
A long, long time ago at a job far, far away, I made this general information sheet for community college students. I wanted to make it as graphic as possible to catch their eyes, but with as little text as possible because I knew I wouldn’t have their attention for long. For the Publisher file of this doc, email April Aultman Becker.
Are you using LibCal to book your study rooms? It’s changed our lives around here. This is the bookmark I created to promote our new self-booking system. I’ve caught quite a few patrons around the library scanning the QR code with their smartphones to reserve a room. Email April Aultman Becker if you would like the Publisher document.
Our library was in need of a new information sheet, one that would reflect the changes in our logo, but also conform with our institution’s graphic standards. This info sheet is the result of many, many revisions, and much input from our whole staff. For the Publisher file or more information, email April Aultman Becker.
After undergoing a redesign this summer, our library’s website continues to be in a state of flux. Our current header design is not my favorite and I’m trying to come up with a new logo and header design for the library’s website. The above image is my first attempt but I feel like the bird alone doesn’t convey “library.” (Note: Our college’s mascot is the seahawk, hence the water-bird outline). Any suggestions?
Email Veronica Arellano Douglas for the Photoshop file of the logo or the Illustrator file of the bird.