The focus of this presentation will be about the comparison of different screen readers and their use in a library setting. This session will also include a practical guide to using different screen readers,
Contextual Inquiry is an ethnographic research method that involves in-depth, participant-led sessions where users take on the role of educator, teaching the researcher by walking them through tasks in the physical environment in which they typically perform them. It can be used to better understand the intents and motivations behind user behavior and works well as an accompaniment to quantitative data, illuminating the “why” behind the “what.”
Looking for a beginner's crash course in game making software and process? Games can be an excellent teaching resource, and game development is easier than ever. Whether you're looking to develop your own teaching resources or run a game-making program for users, this course will give you the information you need to choose the most appropriate software development tool, structure your project, and accomplish your goals.
Metadata Management Tools is an asynchronous, online course designed for library staff who regularly work manipulating MARC and metadata sets or library school students interested in the subject of metadata management.
Building Community, Culture, and Capacity with a UX Lab. This webinar will discuss the process of the University of Toronto Libraries opening a User Research and Usability (UX) Lab in September 2017, the first space of its kind on campus. The UX Lab is open to students, staff, and faculty by appointment or during weekly drop in hours.