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Tuesday, November 8 • 9:35am - 10:30am
#t2b: UX+

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Presentation 1
From stacks to screen: prototyping the future of Wellcome's digital library
This presentation explores how the Wellcome Library’s mass digitization efforts refocused the organization on the overall UX of search and discovery for a hybrid physical/digital library. Based on user research, followed by agile prototyping, the project has led to re-thinking design, metadata and content strategy.
Presenter: Jenn Phillips-Bacher

Presentation 2
Coordinated Discovery across Different Types of Resources
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is building a coordinated discovery platform with a flexible result sets and objects player architecture to deliver an experience optimized for different types of resources. Coordinating searches across resource types modeled on Internet search engines provides an improved experience over bento and single search box approaches.
Presenters: Bruce Barton, Peter Gorman

Presentation 3
Snapshot - Ensuring User Needs Before DAM Repository Implementation
Oregon Health and Science University Library is implementing repository services for digital assets management communities of practice. This snapshot highlights a repository librarian's experience assessing and ensuring user experience needs before DAM system implementation.
Presenter: Kate Thornhill

Presentation 4
Snapshot - User Research Methods to Gauge Awareness and Perceived Value of Digital Library Content in a Decentralized Delivery Model
This presentation will detail qualitative and quantitative user research methods employed to establish baseline understanding of awareness and perceptions of current state digital collection interfaces at Emory University. Implications of this data for the design of a new repository environment will be discussed.
Presenter: Nik Dragovic

Session Chairs
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Rachel Appel

Digital Projects and Services Librarian, Temple University


Bruce Barton

University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Nik Dragovic

Digital Projects Librarian, Emory University

Peter Gorman

University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Jenn Phillips-Bacher

Product Manager, Wellcome Collection

Tuesday November 8, 2016 9:35am - 10:30am CST
Grand Center