For 2017, the 133 online Subject Guides created and maintained by the MSU Libraries received a total of 47, 904 views. The number of views are up from 2016, during which we had 138 guides and 39, 131 views, an increase of 8,773 (22.4%) year-over-year. Views are always higher during the spring and fall semesters versus summer, with more views in fall semester than spring semester. This could be due to a variety of factors, such as more instruction sessions in the fall semester, the start of the new liaison program last fall, and/or the new updated version of LibGuides software that was implemented in August 2017. Many of the top ten guides are those that are taught from during information literacy instruction sessions such as COM 115, Common Reader (for GEP classes), IG12 Resources, and Dual Credit.