Task Management System to Cure Your 'Webmaster Blues'
Disorganized Web maintenance
getting you down? These once-overwhelmed librarians describe their remedy:
an automated system that streamlines Web-update and new-page requests.
by Kevin Cullen and
Repeat: Steps to Improve Your Web Site
Not satisfied with high
usage statistics, this academic library put its Web site to the test, conducting
rounds of usability studies. They discovered that even a successful first
draft can improve with multiple revisions.
by Stephanie Willen
We Cook Up a Polytechnic Portal from Scratch? Can Lah!
When the Temasek Polytechnic
Library in Singapore decided to build a portal, librarians there began
gathering ingredients to go into it—until they realized they were all working
from different recipes! Here's how they cooked up a successful portal.
by Debby R. Wegener
|Why Linux Works
If you think that Linux
isn't for libraries, or that it's not really functional, or that it's just
plain scary, then read this article. Learn what Linux can do and hear about
just how easy it is to work with this "alternative" operating system.
by Paul H. Lewis
|The HEP Test
for Grading Web Site Usability
Want a solid test that
you can use to judge any Web site? Use this detailed checklist as one way
to evaluate design, content, usefulness, etc.
by Steven Turner
Pitfalls of Web Design
Have you made any major
mistakes in Web site functionality? Take this quick test to find out, then
read the tips on how to fix the faux pas.
by Beth Carpenter
View from the Top Left Corner
Bar Codes: A Relic of the 20th Century
by Michael Schuyler
Managing Your Web Site Management
by D. Scott Brandt
Once Upon a Time, Librarians Managed
by Janet L. Balas
Good and Bad Examples of Government
by Péter Jacsó
Going Back to
by Kathy Dempsey
|How to Contribute
to CIL 2002
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