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|Title:||Benefits of conducting a usability study: the University of Leicester experience with Sirsi Rooms|
|Citation:||Online Information 2005 Proceedings, pp.93-98|
|Abstract:||This paper examines how the Library at the University of Leicester has been implementing the Sirsi Corporation’s new information management and presentation platform, Rooms, and why it decided that a usability study was essential to ensure Rooms’ success. It examines the reasons for undertaking a usability study and how it can be fitted into a wider evaluation programme including focus groups and online feedback. The practicalities of organising usability studies in an academic environment and the overall benefits of conducting such studies are also discussed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, University Library|
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