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LibGuides for Library Staff: For Faculty
Guidelines for library staff for creating and maintaining research guides.
Titles of links should be the article or video title. All words should be capitalized except for articles/conjunctions (e.g. a, and, the). In the description, include information about the author or a description of the content.
All documents added to the guide, such as Word and PDF, must be accessible.
Embedded videos must have captions. Videos that are linked to should have captions.
Images need ALT text.
Pasting Content from Word or other Webpages
Pasting from Microsoft Word or other websites
Content copied from Word or other websites will almost always include a mix of extraneous HTML tags and inline CSS styles. This can conflict with the default page styles, while also making it difficult for you to style the text yourself.
To avoid any issues, we recommend that you paste as plain text.
In Chrome, Edge, or Firefox: press Ctrl + Shift + V (Windows) or Cmd + Shift + V (Mac)
In Safari, press Cmd + Option + Shift + V.
This will strip out all of the copied formatting, leaving only the text.
Often times, this yields the best results, as you can then use the Rich Text Editor to apply formatting to the text yourself.
We do not recommend pasting images into Rich Text/HTML content items.
If the content was copied from another webpage, the image will be added using its original URL. As a result, if the original image is taken down for any reason, you'll end up with a broken image in your guide.
Basic information about copyright for college students and faculty.
To comply with copyright, use open access resources or link to articles and e-books in the research databases, rather than uploading the PDF. Instructions are available for adding links at libguides.lcc.edu/d2l
To see if an article is available in the databases: