Chances are, as a health sciences information professional, you are trying to meet the needs of your patrons as simply as possible in a way that makes your patrons happy to use your products and services. This is not only about the user interface but more about the total user experience.
This year's MAHSLIN Annual meeting will address how we as librarians and libraries can improve the UX to keep our patrons coming back for more be it virtually or in-person.
The Neilsen/Norman Group summarizes User Experience as "encompassing all aspects of the end user's interaction with the company, its services and its products."
It's All About the Users..."Are U eXperienced?" The solutions are unique to each of us. I look forward to seeing you on April 8th.
FOR EXHIBITORS: Register at https://mahslin.wildapricot.org/events
Set-up will begin at 7:00am April 8, 2016
Conference ends at 3:00pm
Materials can begin to arrive at conference site beginning March 31, 2016.
Please send materials to:
[Contact Bridget Gunn at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions]
It's All About the Users...
"Are U eXperienced?"
7:30 - 8:30 Registration
8:30 - 9:00 Business Meeting and Awards
9:00 - 9:15 Break with Vendors
9:15 - 10:15 "See Better, Fail Better, Repeat: User Experience In Your Library", Pete Coco (editor, Weave UX and Web Services Librarian, Boston Public Library)
10:15 - 10:45 Break with Vendors
10:45 - 12:15 "See Better, Fail Better, Repeat: User Experience In Your Library" Workshop with Pete Coco
12:15 - 1:15 Lunch
1:15 - 1:30 Break with Vendors - LAST CHANCE!
1:30 - 3:00 Pull Up a Chair Panel- Moderator: Brandy King, Knowledge Linking ; Panelists: To be announced
Good news...the registration fee is the same as last year ($65)!
Register Here! - https://mahslin.wildapricot.org/events
Early Registration ends FRIDAY, MARCH 25th!
Late/ walk-in registration rates are:
Pete Coco is the Web Services Librarian at the Boston Public Library and one of the founding editors of Weave: The Journal of Library User Experience, librarianship's only peer-reviewed outlet focused exclusively on user experience. His writing and speaking engagements focus on the connection between user experience and other elements of librarianship, including information literacy, collection development and open access. He is passionate in the belief that any librarian who wants to improve the user experience of their patrons can do so.