► When using Shared Content Boxes, ensure the information is contextualized by pairing shared content boxes with specific advice, examples or resources related to the topic of the guide.
► If listing databases, ensure there is some contextual information and/or advice to explain how those databases are useful to research the topic. Keywords or subject headings (linked to searches in Primo) are good ways to contextualize the information in the guide.
► Consider linking to similar guides (from UConn Library or other libraries) if appropriate.
See the following examples of topic guides for inspiration:
Topic guide that supports the course, Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans (EBV), and any student entrepreneur interested in starting a new business or developing a product.
Tools to learn how to identify a story's authority, authenticity and reliability.
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