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BadgerLink on your Website

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Do you want to link to BadgerLink resources on your website so your students and patrons can access these resources easily and effectively? Or do you wish you could link to a BadgerLink database or two but aren’t sure how to do that? Could your links to BadgerLink resources be outdated? Look no further than the BadgerLink on your Website page.

Here you can access a Google sheet with all the direct links to BadgerLink databases and resources so your patrons can seamlessly access from your library web pages. We only ask you credit BadgerLink when linking to these resources. We provide an example of this on the BadgerLink on your Website page.

If you plan on attending the WEMTA conference, please check out our session on BadgerLink in your library on Tuesday, April 2. We hope to see you there!

Written by Jen Champoux, Resources for Libraries and Lifelong Learning

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For questions about this information, contact Jennifer Champoux (608) 224-5390