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Recent Submissions

  • Riegel, Julie (2017-02-27)
    Starting in December 2016, Julie Riegel researched multiple tools that could perform remote unmediated A/B tests in order to recommend a tool for the AUX department to use to perform unmediated remote A/B tests on the ...
  • Riegel, Julie (2017-02-27)
    Between the dates of January 19, 2017 and February 13, 2017, Julie Riegel placed a short survey in the Richard and Nancy Riess Reading room, also known as the Riess Graduate Student Reading Room (Perkins 211). The purpose ...
  • Riegel, Julie (2017-02-27)
    Duke University Libraries introduced Fitdesks, which are a cross between exercise bikes and desks, in Perkins Library on Monday, December 12. The Assessment and User Experience (AUX) Department (Julie Riegel, Joyce Chapman, ...
  • Riegel, Julie (2017-02-27)
    Between the dates of January 5, 2017 and February 13, 2017, Julie Riegel conducted interviews with library patrons using the standing desks located at the Edge. The purpose of this study was to see what users liked about ...
  • Riegel, Julie; Daly, Emily (2017-02-06)
    On Tuesday, October 25, 2016, from 3:00-4:00pm, Emily Daly and Julie Riegel conducted an A/B usability test on the Duke Research Guide page (http://library.duke.edu/research/guides). By comparing Duke’s page to Northwestern’s ...