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Emily King, Coordinator of E-Learning Services, User Experience Department, University Library, UNC

Emily King is the Coordinator of E-Learning Services for the University Library at the Univerity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her work focuses on coordinating subject librarians, faculty, and other campus groups to integrate high-quality research materials and library services into the online classroom and other virtual learning environments. She is part of the user experience department for UNC Libraries, which is commited to creating user-centered, intuitive, positive user interactions with the UNC Libraries web presence. Her research interests include content management strategy, creating new learning models that take advantage of emerging technologies and best practices in designing online learning environments. 

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Monday   04-07-2014   10:00 AM – 10:45 AM   B101: Re-Imagining the Library Website Experience

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