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My LibGuides

LibGuides is an easy-to-use content management system deployed at thousands of libraries worldwide. Librarians use it to curate knowledge, share information, organize the class and subject-specific resources, and create and manage websites. Here are several Libguides I developed while at the University of Pittsburgh.



Mental Health and Well-being

Mohammed Alkhabbaz prepared this Topic Guide as part of the LIS 2771 - ACADEMIC LIBRARIES course Dr. Marcia Rapchak taught in Fall 2022. This Topic Guide compiles various wellness-related resources available through the University Library System, the University of Pittsburgh, local institutions, and the City of Pittsburgh.


Subject Guide template

Mohammed Alkhabbaz has developed this Subject Guide template as part of the Design Methods Sequence of courses in the Master of Library and Information Science curriculum taught by Dr. Matthew Burton in the Fall and Spring Terms of 2021-2022. This Template is in a Library and Information Science theme. The Subject Guide contains valuable resources related to research and resources to help students navigate different ULS databases.




Introduction to PittCat

This Tutorial introduces PittCat. PittCat is the primary searching tool for all materials owned by the University Library System (ULS), including articles, books, ebooks, journal articles, e-journals, audio and video, digital images, government documents, microfilm, and movies. Mohammed Alkhabbaz prepared this Tutorial as part of the LIS 2640 - INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN course taught by Dr. Marcia Rapchak during Summer 2022.

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