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  • Crichlow, Thomas (2016-11-14)
    The Web Experience Team (WebX) assessed patron satisfaction with the Duke University Libraries Bento-style search results page through a seven-question, online survey. Respondents were able to access the survey through a ...
  • Chapman, Joyce (2015-11-10)
    Emily Daly and Joyce Chapman conducted a second round of usability testing on the Bento web interface in the Perkins lobby on September 11, 2014 from 11:00am-12:30pm. A pilot test was conducted on September 10, 2014 with ...
  • Riegel, Julie (2017-02-06)
    On Monday, November 28, from 10:00am to 11:00am, Thomas Crichlow and Julie Riegel conducted an A/B test to on the Duke University Library’s (DUL) Bento search tool (https://library.duke.edu/). By comparing Duke’s site to ...
  • Price, Irene (2009-12-22)
    Portrait of Bessie Whitted Spence.
  • Daly, Emily (2015-11-10)
    On June 17, 2015, Emily Daly conducted usability testing in the lobby of Perkins Library. Six participants were interviewed between noon and 1:30 p.m. A pilot was conducted earlier in the day with an ADS student worker. ...
  • Tulley, Gever (Ted Conferences, 2011)
    If you're over 30, you probably walked to school, played on the monkeybars, learned to high-dive at the public pool. If you're younger, it's unlikely you did any of these things. Has the world become that much more dangerous? ...
  • Mitra, Sugata; Negroponte, Nicholas (Ted Conferences, 2012)
    Ten years ago, educator Sugata Mitra and his colleagues cracked open a hole in a wall bordering an urban slum in New Delhi, installed a networked PC, and left it there for the local children to freely explore. What they ...
  • Belanger, Yvonne; Thornton, Jessica (2013-02-05)
    In Fall 2012, after only three months for planning and development, Duke University and Dr. Roger Barr successfully delivered a challenging open online course via Coursera to thousands of students around the world. This ...
  • Sennett, Dennis; Ferris, Peter; Calvin, Kathy (Myoelectric Symposium, 2005)
    The drive for continuous improvement led the ADP to recognize the need to develop a more in-depth myoelectric training program. A physiotherapist with specialized training in biofeedback was consulted on two cases
  • Bertels, Thomas; Fiedler, Kerstin; Schmalz, Thomas (Myoelectric Symposium, 2008)
    By means of flexion wrists the functionality of prosthetic fittings for upper extremities can be improved significantly. Objects can be manipulated more favourably. Furthermore an optimized gripping position allows an ...
  • Talaty, Mukul; Seliktar, Rahamim (Myoelectric Symposium, 1994)
    In the current study, preliminary testing has indicated that a suitably processed electromyography (EMG) signal is sensitive enough to display changes in muscle activity in a normal population due to changes in oithotic ...
  • Bertels, Thomas (Myoelectric Symposium, 2005)
    The wrist plays an important role for the function of the human hand. The wrist joint is a complicated anatomical unit, consisting of various bones, ligaments and muscles. The distal and proximal joints combined with the ...
  • Boettcher, Emma (2015-11-10)
    Emily Daly and Emma Boettcher conducted usability testing on The Edge project room reservation system (for short-term use) in the Perkins lobby on September 2, 2015 from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm. The test consisted of a short ...
  • Martin, Julie; Crichlow, Thomas (2017-05-15)
    Thomas Crichlow and Julie Martin, graduate research assistant in the Assessment & User Experience Department, conducted a usability test on the Duke University Libraries current Borrowing webpage on April 27, 2017 from ...
  • Smitts, Matthijs P. (Myoelectric Symposium, 1997)
    Perhaps more than anything, amputees want to engage in normal activities of daily living without attracting attention to their disability. Their best hope of achieving this is with a lifelike prosthesis that operates by ...
  • Shlain, Tiffany (Ted Conferences, 2012)
    While many wonder what the pervasive use of technology is doing to our brains, Brain Power: From Neurons to Networks asks a bigger, more profound question: can cutting-edge neurological research into the way a child’s brain ...
  • Furlow, John A. (2009-09-22)
    Portrait of Brantley York
  • Bertels, Thomas; Kettwig, Thomas (Myoelectric Symposium, 2011)
    The socket as the link between residual limb and prosthetic components is the crucial part of the prosthesis influencing the amputee’s acceptance considerably. In addition to protection from outside influences, the skin ...
  • Ort, Brett Van (2013-04-24)
    A Texan photographer who divides his time between London and Los Angeles, Brett Van Ort started out as a camera assistant and operator working on various films, documentaries, commercials and television shows. He has always ...