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As web standards, design trends, and departmental needs change, Web Services revises and redesigns websites.


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MSU Authors gets a new look

The MSU Faculty Authors website has received a makeover. The new design features bolder colors for increased readability and revamped author pages. Updates to the tutorial are coming soon. To see the new look, visit http://library.msstate.edu/msuauthors/.

John Grisham Room Website Gets New Look

The John Grisham Room's website has been redesigned and updated.

The new layout borrows from the Grisham Room's rich wood tones and seeks to simplify the site's navigation. All the content has been refreshed and brought up-to-date, including the Grisham bibliography and the list of John Grisham Master Teacher Award winners.

One notable new feature of the site is the inclusion of the John Grisham International Collection. This section describes the Collection, which currently holds translations of Grisham's books in 28 languages, and provides finding aids for each book in the Libraries' online catalog.

For more information and to check out the updated John Grisham Room website, please visit http://library.msstate.edu/grishamroom.

Web Services Revamps Popular "Just For You" Library Web Pages


The Library's Web Services Department, with the help of Library faculty and staff, has revamped several of our "Just For You" pages.

These pages provide undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, distance learners, and users with disabilities with one-stop shopping for not only commonly-used resources like the Online Catalog, but also little-known workshops, tutorials, and other resources.

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