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How to Build a Better Mousetrap
The need for various stakeholders in the library to access licensing information is critical when certain departments are working with electronic resources. For example, liaison librarians receive calls from faculty wondering ...
Re-Imagining the Library Website
This is a keynote presentation that was presented to the Oklahoma Chapter of the Association of Research Libraries on looking at how academic library websites in the next few years might look, and how the research and ...
Assessing Your Library Website Using User Research Methods and Other Tools
This is a presentation given to the Oklahoma chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries. It's about using web analytics and content audits as well as a variety of user research methods to better understand ...
Collaborating in the Clouds: The Tools
Do you collaborate on documents within committees that are made up of members scattered around the world or your institution? Are you looking for alternatives to email discussion groups that will push your content out to ...
Content Contribution & Distribution
This presentation was given at Internet Librarian in Monterey, CA, on October 28, 2009.
Bridging the Gap Between Print and Digital Environments
Emerging technologies like QR Codes and Augmented Reality can help faculty, staff, and librarians extend services, promote resources, and widen access to instructional material to students in exciting and innovative ways. ...
New Technologies that Could Affect Libraries
A short presentation on the latest technologies affecting libraries today and in the not too distant future, for TechNet 2011 Conference in Decatur, TX, August 3, 2011.
Putting the Library Website in Their Hands: The Advantages and Challenges of a Homegrown Content Management System
A presentation on a home grown content management system at the University of Houston Libraries.
Contextual Inquiry: How Ethnographic Research Can Impact the UX of your Website
A contextual inquiry is a research study that involves in-depth interviews where users walk through common tasks in the physical environment in which they typically perform them. It can be used to better understand the ...
Library Mobile Web Design: Tips, Tricks and Resources
Going mobile with your website? This presentation will walk you through some things to consider when thinking about the functionality and content of your library’s mobile presence, and point to useful tools for building ...