“A flexible in-house system for guidance and resource discovery” or why you should love your new subject pages

Now be honest, not all library subject pages have undergone enough work to warrant an academic journal article on how they were made to be as useful and functional as they now are, but ours have.

If you have been with us for a year or more, you may have noticed that your subject pages have a new look this year. We have done away with the old one-size-fits-all design in favour of bespoke, modular content designed for each subject by its faculty librarian. This means that your faculty librarian has crafted the pages to support subjects you are interested in and ensured that the most important information is presented in the most intuitive way to make finding what you want as easy as possible. The new pages are also always up to date because they can be edited live in real time.

Check out your new and improved subject pages here.

Click here to read the article in The Journal of Academic Librarianship on why the design of our new subject pages is so great. (This link may only work up until 21 November 2021. If you would like access to this article after this date, please get in touch.)

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