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Bento search usability test - September 2014
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 ...
Requesting library material usability test - September 2014
Emily Daly and Kate Collins conducted usability testing on the processes of requesting library material. The test was conducted at the temporary main entrance of Perkins library on September 3, 2014 from 11:00am - 1:00pm. ...
Perkins & Bostock Public Computer Usage - October 2014
The original goal of exploring computer usage data in September 2014 was to ascertain whether or not the computer downsizing of spring 2013 left library users with enough public computers to meet their needs. Due to issues ...
Women's Initiative Report
Chappell Family Gallery Exhibit Usability Test - June 2016
Emily Daly and Thomas Crichlow conducted a usability test of the Duke University Chapel exhibit displayed in the Chappell Family Gallery on May 20, 2016. The test was conducted to learn how people interact with the exhibit. ...
Online Journal Titles Usability Test - June 2016
Emily Daly and Gordon Chadwick conducted a think-aloud usability study on June 20, 2016 in the Perkins Library at Duke University. The study tested users’ perceptions of a new search results page for online journal titles.
DUL 2016 Student survey: First-year students-January 2017
The biannual student survey was distributed to a random sample of 5,889 undergraduate and graduate students and promoted through library websites and email lists in January and February 2016. A total of 3,215 students responded ...
Summary of the 2010 CIT Showcase
Duke’s tenth annual Showcase, sponsored by the Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) was held on Friday, April 30, 2010. The CIT Showcase celebrates innovation in using technology in education at Duke with presentations ...
CIT Annual Report 2001 - 02
During its third year of operation, the Center for Instructional Technology expanded its activities and services to reflect growing use of instructional technology by Duke faculty and students. Many of the CIT's previous ...
CIT Annual Update 2008-09
The Center for Instructional Technology supports academic excellence at Duke University by promoting innovation in teaching and learning. During the 2008 09 academic year, the CIT helped over 900 instructors experiment with ...