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Emerging Learning Design 2018
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Thursday, May 31 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Learner-Centered Library Guides: Incorporating Student Feedback into Design

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Library course guides are mini-websites designed by librarians to meet specific course goals and help students complete assignments. In many cases, librarians work with faculty or instructors to build course guides, seeking input on what to include, student skill level, and more. Often absent from this faculty and librarian collaboration is the learner voice. This presentation addresses strategies to incorporate student feedback into library instructional resources. Presenters will describe a multi-part usability study designed to gain insight into how students use and perceive library learning tools, sharing key findings and best practices for incorporating learner experience into design.

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Caitlin Shanley

Coordinator of Learning and Student Success, Temple University Libraries
Caitlin Shanley is the Coordinator of Learning and Student Success and liaison librarian for American Studies, Asian Studies, and Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies at Temple University. She is also an adjunct faculty librarian at the Community College of Philadelphia. Her research... Read More →
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Jackie Sipes

User Experience Librarian, Temple University Libraries

Thursday May 31, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm EDT
1143 (ADP Center)

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