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Out with a Bang!

As many of you know, OLA LART has languished in the last year with no leadership.  This will be the last post on this blog until such time as someone decides to pick up the torch. As I say good-bye, … Continue reading

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Top 5 problems with library websites – aside from having a cat on your keyboard

What are the most common UX problems with academic library websites and library tools?  Emily Singley at Usable Libraries looked at 16 studies conducted over the past two years.  See what she learned here. Note: No cats were harmed in … Continue reading

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