Richard J. Cox

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Archival interfaces are critical nodes in archival systems where archivists negotiate and exercise power over the constitution and representation of archives. Drawing on notions of interfaces from physical, technological, and computer systems, archival interfaces are both a metaphor for archivists’ roles as intermediaries between documentary evidence and(More)
The purpose of this article is to survey the landscape of user-centered design in LIS. We begin the article by exploring the history of the “user-centered paradigm,” looking first at the historical schism between behavioral science and computer science, and then surveying some of the methods of user-centered design. In the next section we present examples(More)