Tag Archives: usability

Day Against DRM – today!

Thanks to LiB Sara for the tip. Read her post about what libraries can do about DRM and what we should be mindful of. You can read more about the Day Against DRM on this wiki and don’t forget to … Continue reading

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research-based usability

People sometimes think that saying something is more “usable” is a way of saying that you like using it better. And then they’ll reply that maybe they like using it some other way and you’re at a stalemate. In point … Continue reading

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The Usable Library

Short attractive website telling us some things to keep in mind. The Usable Library. Thanks for the CC attribution on the poster!

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Who knows what users want? Maybe not library staff…

“The bottom line: the priorities for the library staff and for the library users are poorly aligned.” Complete article available via Project MUSE or email me and I’ll “check out” a copy from my library for you.

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dad using his library card

This is the second and last part of the Jessamyn’s Dad’s Library Card story. I went home yesterday. I got a phone call from my Dad. Dad: So I clicked the link in that email the library sent? Me: Yeah? … Continue reading

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