Two authors with more than 40 years of combined library experience tap into their wealth of knowledge about discovery and user experience, sharing proven methods for setting up, promoting, and teaching their own discovery systems.
* Provides a comprehensive guide that helps librarians make a library discovery system work better for their specific community
* Examines how system design and careful fine-tuning can greatly improve system efficacy
* Explains how usability and user experience studies should be used to assess and evaluate system performance
* Describes how to use UX data to inform tutorials and instruction for more efficient patron research
Number of pages: 136
Weight: 221 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 8 mm
"Optimizing Discovery Systems to Improve User Experience will be of use to all library administrators and IT staff seeking to enhance their single search system or for professionals seeking to develop such searching in their digital library community. Recommended." - ARBAonline
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