Tag: usability

Information Architecture and Digital Libraries (Part 4)

The Information Architecture and Digital Libraries series is now up to Part 4. The previous three posts have discussed: – The (potential) role of information architecture principles and practices for digital libraries; Understanding the information environment as a key enabler of information architecture implementation, and Defining findability, its role in...

Information Architecture and Digital Libraries (Part 1)

For my last assignment for the semester, I had chosen to look at information architecture for digital libraries. I suggested a framework, defining each element’s role, relationships between them and arranging them in a way that constitutes a “big picture” of information architecture principles and practice. In a series of...

Defining an IA Framework

I’m going to admit it. I’m struggling with my last (ish) assessment piece for the semester. The reason why is while I have drawn a conceptual framework, I cannot seem to come up with a logical structure in which I can present it in the form of a journal article....

(Recent) Noteworthy Reads

In anticipation of the upcoming ‘blog every day of June’ challenge, I thought I’d keep aside some post ideas for now. Goodness knows I’ll need them! So for this PLN project update, I’ll share some recent reads which have prompted thought and (quite) a bit of pondering. 1. iLibrarian –...