Turning Students On To Your Library's Web Site: using web site usability techniques to improve student use of your library's site

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This paper introduces the concept of web site usability, provides a brief introduction to the techniques, offers examples from two “real life” studies that show how the techniques of formal usability studies, focus groups, and card sorts can be used and offers tips and tricks for employing these techniques.

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Thomsett-Scott, Beth February 5, 2004.

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This paper introduces the concept of web site usability, provides a brief introduction to the techniques, offers examples from two “real life” studies that show how the techniques of formal usability studies, focus groups, and card sorts can be used and offers tips and tricks for employing these techniques.

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  • VALA 2004 12th Biennial Conference and Exhibition, February 3-5, 2004. Melbourne, Australia.

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Thomsett-Scott, Beth. Turning Students On To Your Library's Web Site: using web site usability techniques to improve student use of your library's site, paper, February 5, 2004; Warrandyte, Victoria, Australia. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc957448/: accessed November 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .