LITA is offering our User Centered Design Regional Institute prior to ALA Midwinter in Philadelphia on Thursday and Friday, January 10-11, 2008.
Day 1: Design Process; Day 2: Usability
Learn about design process for managing digital projects in libraries and usability theory and methodology. This workshop covers two days, and can be attended for either day, or both days. Day One focuses on design process. Staff skills and responsibilities, artifacts of the design process, and communication channels are addressed. Web technologies and standards are included as a framework. Day Two focuses on usability theory and methodology. Practice with usability technique and methods, information on additional types of test methods, and administrative issues are addressed.
Brenda Reeb, University of Rochester Libraries
Both Days: LITA member: $310;
ALA member: $520;
One Day: LITA member: $180;
ALA member: $285;
You do not have to attend the Midwinter Meeting to register for the workshop.
To register, please visit the ALA Conference Services Web site: http://www.ala.org/ala/eventsandconferencesb/midwinter/2008/registration.htm