Tag Archives: users

LibGuide Assessment from the Ground Up

Librarian Rick Lezenby authors many Libguides. In this guest post, Rick shares some insights about assessment and the value of listening to users as we collaborate on tools that support their instruction. Libguides at Temple Libraries are guides to library … Continue reading

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Assessment Community of Practice: User Experience

Last week’s Community of Practice was my first opportunity to talk with colleagues from across the organization about user experience (or UX) in libraries. I presented an overview of some principles of UX and a brief update on two current … Continue reading

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Communities of Practice: People, Spaces, Services

Last Wednesday 20+ library staff members came together to talk and learn about usability testing conducted here at Temple University Libraries. This discussion, part of our Assessment Community of Practice, ┬ácovered a range of topics, from how usability testing is … Continue reading

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