To create a tab that links to another guide, do the following:
Sub-tabs are pages that appear in a drop-down menu from a main tab. Sub-tabs are less readily visible to the user and should be used carefully. If they are used, it is best to include references and links to the sub-tabs from the main page under which they appear.
Note that sub-tabs are always listed in alphabetical order and cannot be re-ordered by dragging and dropping. To change the order, include numbers in the sub-tab names (i.e. "1. Encyclopedias", "2. Dictionaries", etc.)
To find books on your topic try a Keyword search.
Once you've found a book in Blais, you'll need to know 3 things to find the book on the shelf:
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To add a link in LibGuides to a document in Sakai there are two options to find the unique Sakai URL:
Once you have the Sakai URL, you can add the link to a LibGuide using either link type.
To add a link to a Google Doc in LibGuides, there are two options to find the unique Google URL:
Only people authorized to view the document will be able to do so if you link to it. So make sure your permissions are correct. They are accessed the same way as you find the document URL.
Once you have the Google URL, you can add the link to a LibGuide using either link type.