Usability Testing LibGuides

The libraries at the University of Michigan just released a report about usability issues with LibGuides that is worth taking a look at.

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2 Responses to Usability Testing LibGuides

  1. randy hensley says:

    Libguides: from these studies you’ve posted I think we are on the right track by simply calling Newman Library’s Libguides: GUIDES. The issue of categorizing content areas of the guides is complex. I will need to think more about that.

  2. Janey Chao says:

    I am thinking about assigning subject categories using controlled vocabularies for LibGuides. I will discuss the issue with Jin and we will come up with a preliminary structure for suggestions about the subjects.

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