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  • Hiles, Hannah (2016-04-22)
    Emily Daly and Hannah Hiles, field experience student in the Assessment & User Experience Department, conducted a usability test on the Duke University Libraries “Global Health” top navigation LibGuide and on the side ...
  • Manchanda, Rishi (2013-06-24)
    We all think we know what good medicine looks like: smart doctors, stethoscopes, imaging machines, high-tech tests, and the best prescriptions and procedures money can buy. But that picture is vastly incomplete, perhaps ...
  • Hill, Graham; Estes, Alex (Ted Conferences, 2011)
    A vegetarian diet can markedly improve your health and fitness, but what if you still love munching into a juicy burger every now and again? Graham Hill has a powerful and simple solution: Become a weekday vegetarian. Don't ...
  • Shaikh, Alanna (Ted Conferences, 2012)
    In the past half-century, we’ve changed the way we collectively view the health of the 7 billion people who occupy this planet. Health issues were once seen as an isolated national or regional problem; now they are a global ...
  • Duncan, David E. (Ted Conferences, 2012)
    How long do you want to live, and why? That's a question that has intrigued humans for eons, and now advanced science and new levels of high-tech have allowed us to live longer and longer and longer — but at what cost? In ...
  • Finn, Maria (Ted Conferences, 2012)
    Seafood is one of the healthiest foods you can eat, but the choices we make when we enjoy it are not just sensory — they also play a part in a large and interconnected system that involves the whole earth's well-being. In ...
  • Boettcher, Emma (2015-11-10)
    Emily Daly and Emma Boettcher conducted usability testing on the WorldCat Discovery in the Perkins lobby on September 23, 2015 from 12:30 pm to 2:15 pm. A pilot was conducted with a graduate student assistant the previous ...