Express Your Shelf

This won’t be the first time I ever admit this, nor will it be the last, but boy am I out of touch. I’m more than familiar with the term “selfie”, which is when you take a photo of yourself. Heck, my profile pictures on Facebook, Twitter, and even here on LITA Blog are selfies. […]

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Passively Asking for Input: Museum Exhibits and Information Retention

One of my main research interests is in user experience design; specifically, how people see and remember information. Certain aspects of “seeing” information are passive; that is, we see something without needing to do anything. This is akin to seeing a “Return Materials Here” sign over a book drop: you see this area fills a […]

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