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B302 – Cornell's Catalog: A Collaborative Project

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
11:30 AM – 12:15 PM
, User Experience Designer, Cornell University Library
, Web Designer, Cornell University Library
, Co-ordinator of Web Design, Cornell University Library

Cornell University Library is implementing a new library catalog using Project Blacklight. This session describes how cross-discipline teams of designers, librarians, and programmers, along with stakeholder involvement, are positively impacting the user experience, communications, and recommendations. The usability testing, agile software development, and the Blacklight software push a flexible and iterative design process, which has initiated a culture change in how IT projects are viewed and managed.






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