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Ethnographic research methods and the user experience

Posted by Andrew Dunn on 14 July, 2014

Andy Priestner (Judge Business School) presented a paper to the BLA Conference on using ethnographical research methods to investigate the library experience of users and to design services which better help them and suit them.  He made specific reference to work conduted in the USA by:

He also alerted us to a new OA journal on the subject.  WEAVE: Journal of Library User Experience http://weaveux.org/ will be out this summer

For information on reserach being performed ion the UK see another blog UKAnthroLib: http://ukanthrolib.wordpress.com/

A conference will run from 17th to 19th March at Cambridge University on this topic: http://www.uxlib.org/

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