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Library Desktop Usage UX Study - Final Report

Show simple item record McLaughlin, Juliene 2019-11-26T13:35:44Z 2019-11-26T13:35:44Z 2015-03-03 2019-11-26
dc.description.abstract In February 2015 the Library's UX Team investigated usage of the library's public desktop computers. Over 10 days, a total of 669 computers were observed and 30 interviews were conducted. Based on our findings we concluded: (1) students use the computers for a variety of reasons including printing, using a specific software, convenience and speed; (2) users were primarily writing a document, on Courselink, or researching; (3) the first floor computers are the busiest; and (4) location and accessibility are very important to users, and any changes affecting these, like requiring a login before usage, would be major barriers for users. en_US
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dc.subject library reports en_US
dc.subject UX en_US
dc.subject user experience en_US
dc.subject public computers en_US
dc.title Library Desktop Usage UX Study - Final Report en_US
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