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Revision as of 15:17, 15 May 2009

Contents

Three Favorite Sites

Useful Links

CSU Library Page: http://library.csu.edu/

Library web servers: http://lists.webjunction.org/libweb/

Tips

Showing an internal page would help to evaluate the site.


Member's Favorites

Here is my list of three favorites -Beverly

  1. Site A
  2. Site B
  3. Site C

Here is my list of three favorites -Bill

  1. Washington State University, Pullman
    1. http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/general/dept.htm
    2. http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/PSO/
  2. Ann Arbor District Library
    1. http://www.aadl.org/catalog
  3. Brigham Young University
    1. http://www.lib.byu.edu/
  • Pullman is an academic library with well-grouped labels in an attractive, clean design.
  • The Ann Arbor Public Library has a structure that will work in an academic library. It is 'blog based and highly interactive. Labels are well chosen, but still a little jargon laden.
  • BYU is a Luminis®-based site. CSU is getting Luminis, but the library server (in initial releases of Luminis) will be treated as a link, not an internal component of Luminis. This could change politically.
    1. If Luminis is mandated sitewide, the BYU site should be considered as a model.
    2. Tab based major divisions; good design, with clear labeling. Not cluttered with competing labels.

Here is my list of three favorites -Charlene

  1. Site A
  2. Site B
  3. Site C

Here is my list of three favorites -Fatemeh

  1. Site A
  2. Site B
  3. Site C

Here is my list of three favorites -Bob

  1. Site A
  2. Site B
  3. Site C

Here is my list of three favorites -Kathleen

  1. Site A
  2. Site B
  3. Site C

Here is my list of three favorites -Gabrielle

  1. Site A
  2. Site B
  3. Site C

Meetings

  1. Friday, May 15, 2009: Met and settled process issues. Built this wiki page to begin sharing. Actions: Each person will choose and post three sites to illustrate information organization, desirable visual presentation, and ...
  2. Wednesday, May 20, 2009: Discussion of sites chosen on 5/15. Each person
    1. to describe characteristics that appeal on the site
    2. state dislikes of any site or characteristic
    3. Goal: Limit sites under consideration to 3 for the group after consideration.
    4. Action: Come prepared at next meeting with case for one model (WLG---It may be too soon to do this. Will discuss. Choice of labels for parts of site will take 2-3 meetings, I imagine.)
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