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  1. A Brief Fixation on Eye Tracking

    According to Nielsen and Pernice (2010), in a qualitative eye tracking study, about six users is typically enough for an accurate assessment of the main usability issues in a design. They also recommend watching the sessions and the gaze replays from sess ...

    LGRUENBERG - 04/25/2015 - 13:39 - ALA Support

  2. Cataloging in Publication (CIP) Data Block to be revised summer 2015

    The Library of Congress is pleased to announce that a new version of the CIP Data Block, the cataloging information printed by publishers at the front of the book, will be implemented by the Cataloging in Publication Program this summer, no earlier than J ...

    RMUGRIDGE - 04/21/2015 - 13:47 - ALCTS News

  3. Dan Saffer on Gestural Interface Design

    There are lots of common touch gestures in use on devices, like game consoles, tablets and smart phones. How many? Download the  Touch Gesture Reference Guide  from Luke Wroblewski's blog to see how many you're using.But the broader context of i ...

    LGRUENBERG - 04/19/2015 - 13:48 - ALA Support

  4. From the Office: Conversations and Community

    April brings my three-month anniversary in the ALCTS office, and two-month anniversary as Executive Director. I find myself having a lot of conversations in this time of being new; conversations with other ALA staff, conversations with association managem ...

    RMUGRIDGE - 04/17/2015 - 08:33 - ALCTS News

  5. 34 State Library Associations Partner with ALA to Offer Joint Student Memberships

    Thirty-four Chapters (aka state library associations) partner with ALA to offer students the opportunity to join them and ALA for one low price of $38, now through August 31, 2015. New program partners in 2015 are Arkansas Library Association (pending a b ...

    DWOOD - 04/15/2015 - 15:15 - Membership

  6. Mobile Design Strategies: A Very Brief List

    When it comes to mobile usability, Nielsen and Budiu (2013) recommend the following: Whenever possible, shift your mobile strategy to apps rather than websites. If you must support mobile website access, create and maintain separate mobile and websites, s ...

    LGRUENBERG - 04/12/2015 - 09:08 - ALA Support

  7. Join Your State Library Association in Advocating for Libraries—and More!

    Your state library association, also known as an ALA Chapter, needs your help to support libraries in your state. If you're not already a member, right this very minute is the best time to join! Indeed, it’s not only a good time to join, with budget ...

    DWOOD - 04/08/2015 - 15:41 - Membership

  8. Free Preservation Week Webinars

    Join us in celebrating Preservation Week by attending this free webinar series! April 28th- Moving Image Preservation 101 Sponsored by HF Group & George Blood, LP This presentation covers the basic composition and history of film and video technology, ...

    RMUGRIDGE - 04/08/2015 - 11:15 - ALCTS News

  9. Loop11 as a Remote Unmoderated Research Tool for ALA.org

    Apologies for the horizontal scrolling required to perceive the large images. This past week I explored the results of a usability test set up in Loop 11 that was intended to make it possible for me to evaluate the product with an eye toward using it at A ...

    LGRUENBERG - 04/05/2015 - 16:42 - ALA Support

  10. Division Committee and Interest Group Reports, Midwinter 2015

    ALCTS committees and interest groups submit reports to the ALCTS Office after each conference. Following are the reports submitted by the ALCTS Division-level committees and interest groups. Affiliate Relations Committee The Affiliate Relations Committee ...

    RMUGRIDGE - 04/03/2015 - 15:51 - ALCTS News

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