[Eril-l] LibGuides A-Z icons for proxied resources versus individual password
Fox, Linda J.
FoxLJ at umkc.edu
Fri Mar 12 10:21:20 PST 2021
At University of Missouri – Kansas City, we use an icon for databases that require users to create accounts. The hover text reads “Register to use this resource.” You can see it for SciFinder-n at https://libguides.library.umkc.edu/az.php?a=s.
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University of Missouri - Kansas City
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Kansas City, MO 64110
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I am wondering whether anyone uses iconography to distinguish between resources in your A-Z lists that require your users to input their normal campus-wide credentials, versus those that require individually assigned usernames and passwords. It seems useful to me to distinguish between the two but I'm not sure how to represent visually...
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