Dear GIS Users, Enthusiasts, and Newcomers, … [Continue reading] about NYU GIS Day 2015
For the LibUX Goes To… series we explore the holistic user experience of a wide range of activities (not all library related). These adventures chronicle both the virtual and in-person experience related to an activity and how those two integrate for … [Continue reading] about LibUX goes to…Mile High Run Club
A big infrastructure project that we’ve been working on for a long time has come to fruition: the publication and display of A/V materials through Finding Aids. Our first collection is now available: the Pride and Progress/The Right Stuff series of … [Continue reading] about First A/V collection now live!
The books in the NYU Press’s Keywords series collect essays by authors across the humanities and social sciences, with each essay focusing on a single term and set of debates. Yesterday, they added a new book: Keywords for Children’s Literature. The … [Continue reading] about New Keywords book
LibUX reviews GoToMeeting and WebEx as tools for user testing. Is a product that is functional a good product? Most of us have encountered products that do the job but are cumbersome to use. User experience (UX) research aims to understand if a … [Continue reading] about Video Conferencing Software for User Testing
Now that the new Ancient World Digital Library site is live, we are working to add new content as quickly as ISAW is delivering it to us. The latest effort along those lines is a series of books from the American Society of Papyrologists. Please … [Continue reading] about New books on Ancient World Digital Library
Take a look at the new databases we acquired in September 2015: … [Continue reading] about New databases – September 2015