Monthly Archives: February 2013

Make It More Usable!

Time again for a Make It More Usable! post. This usability issue applies not just to library buildings, but to all public buildings in general, and it’s a very simple issue:  doors. More specifically, I’m referring to two problematic door … Continue reading

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LibQual

Since my last post, I’ve continued to think about the correlation between usability and assessment.  I recently discussed this topic with one of my librarian colleagues, and she recommended that I research LibQual+, which offers a set of assessment services … Continue reading

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