LibGuides refers to the web-based software package by SpringShare.
Research Guides is a category referring to librarian-created websites that are aids for research; examples include "subject guides," "course guides," and "how-to guides."
It is important internally that we don't confuse LibGuides (the package) with the pages created with that package, and important in communicating with library patrons that LibGuides not be used at all. (Think of LibGuides as being akin to Microsoft Word. You would never refer to a document created in MS Word this way: Just read that MS Word I sent you.)
For consistency's sake, call them pages.
Use these tips for giving a short and descriptive name for pages and content boxes.
Use specific titles in naming pages. Encyclopedias or Overview is more meaningful than Reference Tools.
Shorten page titles–they should clearly reflect the content in that page.
Use appropriate capitalization.
Avoid vague terms like other or additional resources..
It’s important that there’s standardization of frequently used terms. Some examples: