- Log in (from the LibApps sign-in link on the bottom right). (It might be helpful at this point to open a new window by right-clicking on the “Login to LibApps” so you can consult the directions on this page while you work on your creation.)
Note: If you don't have a login set up or forgot your password, contact Systems Librarian Jared Cowing email@example.com or 818-252-5202.
- Once you are on the Home page (if not on Home page, click on "Home" in the orange bar at the top of the page), click on Create Guide which is in the “LibGuides Shortcuts” box.
- From the “Choose Layout or Reuse” drop down menu, select "copy content/layout from an existing guide.”
- A search box will immediately appear.
- Keep selection on "Local Guides"
- When clicking on down arrow of the “Select a guide…” drop down menu, another search box appears; type in: curriculum & EPC proposals template.
- Select the only guide name that appears in the popup window (it will be hyperlinked in blue)
- Guide Name. Something that makes sense, starting with your department.
- Description. Brief. Optional.
- Guide Type. Optional but you can choose ‘Internal’ if you want.
- Group Assignment: select "Curricular Change Proposals" If you forget this step, your guide will be linked to the list of library research guides. You do not want this.
- Password: don't enter one
- Share Guide Content?: click the box that says "No"
- Click "Create Guide" at the bottom
- Your new guide pops up & looks very much like this one, but it has a different name up to the left under the banner.
Get it ready to share
- Upload your proposal and other materials in the proposals box. You don't need to do anything with the other boxes - they are informational.
- To change the Publication Status look for this colorful button on the top right: Unpublished.
- Click on down arrow and select Change Status & Share
- In the box that pops up, change the status of your guide to Private by selecting Private from the drop down menu next to the words Publication Status.
- Click on the Save button right next to it.
- Click on the Close button at bottom left when finished.
- Your guide will now be listed as Private in the top right of page which means it is only visible to those who know the URL
- Friendly URL: only if you want to; it's optional. (see directions below if you choose to do this)
- Look for edit pencil next to the guide’s URL, located under the guide name in the line that starts with Last Updated… (it’s the last thing in that line).
- Click on edit pencil, then a box appears.
- Type in Friendly URL in box.
- Click on Save.
- Send the URL of your new guide to Kimberly Chan or Raida Gatten so that we can set up the signature page for your LibGuide.
- We will then set up the signature page which will have the "next steps" info listed and we will send you instructions via email.