MLA 2010. Can’t We All Get Along?. The highs and lows of librarian /IT collaborations. Carrie Iwema , PhD, MLS Information Specialist in Molecular Biology Fran Yarger , MA, MAEd Assistant Director for Computing Services Health Sciences Library System University of Pittsburgh.
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N = 23
0= N/A 1=strongly disagree 2=disagree 3=neither agree nor disagree 4=agree 5=strongly agree
(The usability testing process was) well done, although it would be nice for it to be more extensive…results were useful and led to some changes.
(The launch/update/ upgrade schedule was) very effective and timely.
(The HSLS web design process is) seamless...and very effective.
(Paper prototyping) was very flexible and permitted input from multiple sources simultaneously.
I wonder if any usability is ever done and if it is if the negative comments are really used.
Should be more listening to librarians…and less dictating by systems.
A prototype…would have saved on a lot of problems…decisions were made by IT.
More input from departments if it directly impacts their work.
Carrie Iwema, PhD, MLS
Information Specialist in Molecular Biology
Fran Yarger, MA, MAEd
Assistant Director for Computing Services
Health Sciences Library System
University of Pittsburgh