User experience in the library : a case study

@inproceedings{Sadeh2008UserEI,
  title={User experience in the library : a case study},
  author={Tamar Sadeh},
  year={2008}
}
Purpose of this paper—To describe the need for and realization of a new kind of interface for searching and obtaining library materials, an interface designed around user needs and decoupled from, though interoperating with, current library systems. Design/methodology/approach—The paper describes a product that was released in May 2007—the Primo system from Ex Libris—as an example of a new solution for the discovery and delivery of library collections. The paper deals with the issues involved… CONTINUE READING

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