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Got 20 minutes to help the library?

The library is re-evaluating the organization of its website, and we are looking for volunteers who have 20 minutes to take part in a brief, in-person exercise. We are seeking feedback from all of our patrons — faculty and students from the School of Medicine and the colleges of Pharmacy, Health and Nursing, as well […]

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Another great Mayden Lecture

On Monday, April 18, 2011, Amanda Etches-Johnson gave the 2011 Priscilla M. Mayden Lecture on the topic “From Usability to User Experience.” Designing websites, she explains, should focus not on what the software does, but on what the user does with it. Important design questions to ask include: How easy is this site to learn? […]

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